Rethinking Relations between Religions in a Polarized World: Principles of Interreligious Dialogue according to Leonard Swidler
Regardless of which religious culture we belong to, which also marks our identity, the evidence of religious diversity is indisputable. In the circuit of the dynamics of inter-relationship in social, economic, cultural plan, religion is trained in the rhythm of globalization, some being de-located and re-located in spaces foreign to their own identities. The experience of the proximity of another religion provokes a way of relating to it, beyond conflicts. This article explores Leonard Swidler's coordinates of interreligious dialogue as an instrument of relationship in religious diversity.