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Vietnamese experience, that need to be preserved? The problem of reconciliation between history, memory and reality is tricky for many people across the spectrum. Unpacking the complexities is a difficult task. In their struggle with the interplay between personal memories and the official discourse, people

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national/political modernisation. In Italy, AJSS 34,2_f4_209-224 5/15/06 4:27 PM Page 216 Religion and Politics: Nationalism, Globalisation and Empire • 217 the Lateran Accords of 1929, brought about a reconciliation of the ten- sions between the Roman Catholic Church and the fascist movement, and

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setting; it also marks a shift in the dynamics of national image-making and may allow Australia to chart new terrain in its dealing with its history and geography, for example by allowing Australia to seek reconciliation with the Aborigines or to come to terms with its 'multiculturalism' and to chart a

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commentators, Hegel was a sincere Christian. For instance, for Shanks (1991:115), in Hegel’s notion of ‘the real reconciliation of the divine with the world’, there is a direct link to his christologically determined view of true freedom. Likewise, Fischer (1989:12) likens Hegel’s idealistic explanation of

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lines in tandem with the growth of middle classes (Yeoh, 2010: 142). The point is that ethnic divide is sustained, if not constituted , by the trauma of capitalist development precipitating inter- and intra-class negotiations. Ethnic reconciliation, on the other hand, may emerge from within such a

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rmation, or integration of concepts, symbols or practices of one religious tradition into another by a process of selection and reconciliation’ (Berlin, 1980:9, quoted in van der Veer, 1994:196). But the term itself is neither ‘transparent’ nor simply ‘descriptive’ (ibid. 196). Th e notion of ‘supposedly

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.C. (2007) “Gender Earnings Differentials and Regional Economic Development in Urban China, 1988−97”. Review of Income and Wealth 53(1): 148−166. O’Connor, J.S. and R.J. Brym (1988) “Public Welfare Expenditure in OECD Countries: Towards a Reconciliation of Inconsistent Findings”. The British Journal of

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between the two legal systems. It has to be differentiated here whether the categories of international law are used as a mere reference of explanation or whether the postulation of a reconciliation of siyar or Islamic law with modern legal concepts is intended. Th e later approach seems to encourage an

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and people act according to class and gender interests. However, I want to explore the notion of the agent that is needed for a reconciliation of these two schools. Specifi cally, neither indi- vidualism, nor structuralism is simply assumed here. In this sense, then, the methodological innovation is

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possible con- sensus and reconciliation: In spite of their concept of the state, the secular nationalists are not only acceptable as partners in dialog, since they did not depart from the ground of Islam, they are precisely needed as secularists for dialog and cooperation in the cultural project of the

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