Resolving Community Conflicts and Problems:Public Deliberation and Sustained Dialogue
Community, Conflict and the State:Rethinking Notions of ´Safety´, ´Cohesion´ and ´Wellbeing´ C. Cooper
Rather than undermining it, this book argues that moral conflict is necessary for a liberal political community. It develops a new philosophical basis for political association based on an innovative account of the way journey narratives in literature shed light on the possibilities for solidarity in modern democratic societies. DEREK EDYVANE is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of York, UK. He is the author of a number of articles on liberalism and community.
Community, Conflict, and the Eucharist in Roman Corinth: Panayotis Coutsoumpos
Church and Community Conflicts:The Relationships of the Thessalonian, Corinthian, and Philippian Churches with Their Wider Civic Communities Craig Steven De Vos
Community and Conflict:The Sources of Liberal Solidarity D. Edyvane