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2006 | 3(182) | 5-36
Article title

PUBLIC SPHERES AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN SELECTED PRE-MODERN SOCIETIES: SOME COMPARATIVE OBSERVATIONS

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Abstracts
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The purpose of this paper is to present a comparative analysis of the constitution of public spheres and civil societies in several pre­modern civilizations - the Islamic, the Indian and the European Christian ones - and their possible impact on the crystalization in modern societies thereof. The analysis is undertaken in the frameworks of the comparative study of civilizations and of multiple modernities. .
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5-36
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • S. N. Eisenstadt, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
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06PLAAAA01643584
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bwmeta1.element.798c4e50-2142-3fbd-8255-4d57dbc04df4
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