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    • Anarchism and religion 

      Ringmar, Erik. (Routledge, 2021)
      A related problem is the close connection between religion and warfare. As anarchists point out, religions have always helped justify violence against foreigners. Religious denominations that have enjoyed the protection ...
    • The anti-nomadic bias of political theory 

      Ringmar, Erik. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)
      Over the last couple of decades, the conditions of life for nomadic peoples have been radically rethought (Devore & Lee, 1999). Contrary to what we once were told, the lives of hunters, gatherers and pastoralists are ...
    • Heidegger on creativity: From boredom to re-engagement with the world 

      Ringmar, Erik. (Springer, 2019)
      Experimental psychologists have discussed whether boredom can help us become more creative. At first blush, this would seem to be rather unlikely. When we are bored, we are disengaged; we cannot be bothered and nothing seems ...
    • In the story of war: Church and propaganda in France and Sweden, 1610–1710 

      Ringmar, Erik. (Oxford Academic, 2018)
      In The Story of War: Church and Propaganda in France and Sweden, 1610–1710, Anna Maria Forssberg contrasts and compares two similar seventeenth-century institutions—French Te Deum and Swedish tacksägelsedagar, “days of ...
    • The politics of Islamophobia in Turkey 

      Aslan, Ali. (Routledge, 2018)
      This chapter analyses the dominant years of the politics of Islamophobia in Turkey, which roughly covers the years from the last decades of the nineteenth century to the late 1990s. It takes the definition of Islamophobia ...