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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Islam / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:164
  • eBook ISBN:9781483555584

The Contemporary Muslim Movement in the Philippines

by Cesar Adib Majul

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Overview
To understand the contemporary Muslim movement in the Philippines, one must be acquainted with the political, geographical, and historical situation there. Cesar Adib Majul provides the background needed to comprehend current conditions. Majul is a native of the Philippines who was educated in the Philippines and at Cornell University, and taught at the University of the Philippines for most of his career. Personally acquainted with many of key figures in the movements he discusses, the author is uniquely qualified to provide insight into his topic. He has a clear, pragmatic vision of what must be done to make the Philippines a pluralistic nation where Muslims and Christians share power and economic opportunity and respect each others' history and traditions. Carefully researched and thought out, complete with footnotes and bibliography, this work is equally valuable to scholars and concerned lay readers.
Description
To understand the contemporary Muslim movement in the Philippines, one must be acquainted with the political, geographical, and historical situation there. Cesar Adib Majul provides the background needed to comprehend current conditions. Majul is a native of the Philippines who was educated in the Philippines and at Cornell University, and taught at the University of the Philippines for most of his career. Personally acquainted with many of key figures in the movements he discusses, the author is uniquely qualified to provide insight into his topic. He has a clear, pragmatic vision of what must be done to make the Philippines a pluralistic nation where Muslims and Christians share power and economic opportunity and respect each others' history and traditions. Carefully researched and thought out, complete with footnotes and bibliography, this work is equally valuable to scholars and concerned lay readers.
About the author
Cesar Abid Majul was born in the Philippines and educated at the University of Philippines (M.A. and Ph.B.) and Cornell University (Ph.D.). A member of the faculty at the University of the Philippines from 1948 to 1980, he served as professor of philosophy and political science from 1961 to 1974 and professor of Islamic philosophy from 1974 to 1979. Dr. Majul has been a visiting professor at Cornell University. He served as dean of University College (1961-1966), of the College of Arts and Sciences (1969-1971), and of the Institute of Islamic Studies (1974-1979) at the University of the Philippines.
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