Ramin Jahanbegloo

Ramin Jahanbegloo is a well-known Iranian-Canadian philosopher. He is the author of more than 24 books in Persian, English, and French on philosophy, comparative politics, and nonviolence. Among his books are Iran: Between Tradition and Modernity (Lexington Books, 2004), Gandhi: Aux Sources de la Nonviolence (Felin 1999), The Clash of Intolerances (Har-Anand 2007), India Revisited (Oxford University Press, 2007), and The Gandhian Moment (Harvard University Press, 2013). He is currently Noor-York Chair in Islamic Studies at York University in Toronto.


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