Afterword: A Plural Century?


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Authors
Meer, Nasar 
Everett, Samuel 
Abstract

This afterword reflects on the characteristics that might encourage us to consider ours a plural century, before pointing to examples from the monograph that help illustrate this. We begin with an account of the very category of pluralism, and then move to how it is discussed and mobilised politically. Pluralism, we believe, can only be positively mobilised through a dialogue that registers and works through power imbalances. As such, this afterword draws out a key inference from the volume as a whole.

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4303 Historical Studies, 50 Philosophy and Religious Studies, 43 History, Heritage and Archaeology
Is Part Of
Emergent Religious Pluralisms
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