Mahmoud Sadri - Books

Books

  • Sadri, Ahmad and Mahmoud Sadri. 1998. "Intercultural Understanding: Max Weber and Leo Strauss". pps. 507-528 in Richard Altschuler (ed.). The Living Legacy of Marx, Durkheim, and Weber. New York: Gordian Knot Books.
  • Mobasher, Mohsen and Mahmoud Sadri. (eds.) 2003. Migration Dynamics: A Theoretical and Substantive Reader. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  • Sadri, Mahmoud. 2002. "Sacral Defense of Secularism: Dissident Political Theology in Contemporary Iran." in Intellectual Trends in 20th Century Iran.
  • Reason, Freedom and Democracy in Islam: Essays by Abdolkarim Soroush, New York, Oxford University Press 2000, Co-translated from Persian with Ahmad Sadri.

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