"This is a work of great substance and commitment, drawing atypically from a broad range of human experience and intellect. It is a living seminar on the possibilities of human understanding and the potential for living together in more peaceful ways despite the seemingly insurmountable differences even among the best-intentioned people. It is a brilliant tour de force
, offering conceptualizations and categorizations that defy much of the present-day ways in which the problem of pluralism is understood."--Jonathan Imber, Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology, Wellesley College
About the Author
Adam B. Seligman is Professor of Religion at Boston University and Research Associate at the Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs there. He has lived and taught at universities in this country, in Israel, and in Hungary where he was a Fulbright Fellow.