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Research Interests for Mohsen Kadivar

Research Interests: Modern Qur’anic Studies, Classical Islamic Philosophy, Islamic Legal & Ethical Theories, Islamic Political Thought, Human Rights and Democracy in Islam, Classical and Modern Shi’a Theology

Keywords:
Ethics, History, Islam, Law, Philosophy, Political science, Religion
Recent Publications
  1. Kadivar, M, Governance by Guardianship: Rule and Government in the Islamic Republic of Iran, edited by Sadri, M (2022), Cambridge University Press (translated by Mottahedeh, R; Moussavi, AK; Madaninejad, B.)
  2. Kadivar, M, Blasphemy and Apostasy in Islam: Debates in Shi'a Jurisprudence (February, 2021), Edinburgh University Press (UK), ISBN 9781474457576 (translated by Mavani, H.)
  3. Kadivar, M, Human Rights and Reformist Islam (February, 2021), pp. 480 pages, Edinburgh University Press (UK), ISBN 9781474449304 (translated by Akhavan, N.)
  4. Kadviar, M, Toward Removing the Punishment of Apostasy in Islam, in Freedom of Expression in Islam: Challenging Apostasy and Blasphemy Laws, edited by Masud, MK; Vogt, K; Larsen, L; Moe, C (February, 2021), pp. 207-236, London: I.B. Tauris
  5. Kadviar, M, Genealogies of Pluralism in Islamic Thought: Shi'a Perspective, in Pluralism in Islamic Contexts: Ethics, Politics and Modern Challenges, edited by Hashas, M, vol. 16 (February, 2021), pp. 75-97, Basel: Springer [doi[abs]

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