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Dialogue of Civilizations $89.00
Editors: David Muskhelishvili (Georgian Academy of Sciences)
Book Description:
For the last two decades, the world has been constantly facing challenges having completely new qualities: the growing tension between West and East, the uncontrolled spread of weapons of mass destruction, and the problems of facing large-scale ecological, demographical, technological, social and attitudinal dilemmas. In recent times a dialogue of civilizations has become a global and particularly pressing issue. As a result of intensive economic, political and cultural intercommunication, the world has become transformed into one indivisible system: present-day processes in one region greatly impact the functioning of the entire system. This new and important book is based on the proceedings of a conference in Tbilisi, Georgia dedicated to Catholicos Patriarch Ilia II, one of the world’s foremost supporters and initiators of such a dialogue.

Table of Contents:

1. Significant names in the dialogue of civilizations: Kurt Marti
(Bela Surguladze, Doctor of Philology, Professor-Consultant, Ilia Chavchavadze Tbilisi State University, Georgia)(pp. 1-8)

2. Ethnic processes and dialogue of cultures in the lower Kartli population (An example of the Georgian-Azerbaijani relations, Gardabani and Marneuli districts)
(Giorgi Gotsiridze, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Iv. Javakhishvili Institute of History and Ethnology, Georgia) (pp. 9-15)

3. Georgia on the “great silk way” trade highway – In the context of European and Asian civilizations
(Liana Beriashvili, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Scientific Centre for Historical, Ethnological, Religious Studies and Propaganda, Georgia) (pp. 17-25)

4. Contacts of culture: Georgian town music
(Manana Shilakadze, Doctor of Historical Sciences, V. Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire, Georgia) (pp. 27-31)

5. The ‘Scythian Monks’ (Daco-Roman) and their contribution to the European Christian Humanist culture
(Nicolae V. Dură, Doctor of Divinity (Ph.D.), The Universitary Institute of Theology, Bucharest, Romania) (pp. 33-42)

6. Interference of cultures and secularization
(Zaza Piralishvili, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia) (pp. 43-48)

7. Diversity of cultural norms and the Christian-psychological essence of freedom
(Nino Chavchavadze, Doctor of Psychology, D. Uznadze Institute of Psychology Georgia) (pp. 49-55)

8. Georgian culture in the oriental and Western cultural contexts (Musical-ethnological data)
(Nino Maisuradze, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Scientific Centre for Historical, Ethnological, Religious Studies and Propaganda, Georgia) (pp. 57-65)

9. Local experience of interference of cultures (Batumi on the threshold of 19th-20th centuries)
(Otar Gogolishvili, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Shota Rustaveli Batumi State University, Department of History, Georgia) (pp. 67-73)

10. Scythia Minor and the hierarchs of Tomis between the 4th and the 6th centuries
(Archbishop Teodosie (Petrescu), Doctor of Theological Sciences, Professor, Dean of Faculty of Orthodox Theology, Constanţa, Romania) (pp. 75-83)

11. The Georgian tradition about Andrew the First-called
(Devi Berdzenishvili, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Georgia) (pp. 85-93)

12. Confessor as the relizator of the integration of cultures (Example of Abkhazia, boarders of the nineteenth-twentieth centuries)
(Irakli Gelenava, Doctor of History (Ph. D.), Ministry of Education and Culture of
Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, Education Department of the Territorial Representations and Information Management, Georgia) (pp. 95-102)

13. Interrelation of the theology and ethics in H.M. Chalibaeus’s works
(Irma Tsereteli, Doctor of Philosophy, Philosophic Institute of Savle Tsereteli, Georgia) (pp. 103-108)

14. The educational heritage of comenius and the ways of development of modern pedagogic
(Maia Darchia, Professor of High Integrated School and College; Member of International Scientific Society, Czech Republic) (pp. 109-114)

15. The peace and war
Metropolitan of Amba Alaverdi - David (Makharadze) and the Leader of the Cathedral of Our Ladyâs Nativity in Tsinandali - Priest Michael (Chabashvili) (pp. 115-120)

16. Religious grounds of dialogue of civilizations
(M ikheil Kurdiani, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor, Academician;
President of Gelati Academy of Sciences; Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Humanitarian Faculty, Georgia) (pp. 121-131)

17. Churches in the presence of secularization: Falling under its influence and responses
(Priest Henryk Paprocki, Doctor of Theology, Professor of Bialystok University and Orthodox Theological Seminary in Warsaw, Poland) (pp. 133-140)


      Dialogues among Civilizations and Cultures
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2009 - 4th Quarter
   Pages: 152 pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-472-9
   Status: AV
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