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Modern Islamic Political Thought #2020

Modern Islamic Political Thought In the aftermath of the triumph of the Islamic Revolution in Iran publications on Islam and politics began to flood the academic and pseudo academic book market in the West In the midst of such stagg

  • Title: Modern Islamic Political Thought
  • Author: Hamid Enayat
  • ISBN: 9789839154153
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Modern Islamic Political Thought By Hamid Enayat, In the aftermath of the triumph of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, publications on Islam and politics began to flood the academic and pseudo academic book market in the West In the midst of such staggering amount of writings, whether of a serious or pamphleteering type, this book offers a lucid and well argued interpretations of modern Islamic political thought that is inIn the aftermath of the triumph of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, publications on Islam and politics began to flood the academic and pseudo academic book market in the West In the midst of such staggering amount of writings, whether of a serious or pamphleteering type, this book offers a lucid and well argued interpretations of modern Islamic political thought that is indispensable for the understanding of much of the current political developments in the Muslim world.

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    1. The revival and power of religious feelings among Muslims since the Iranian Revolution presents a complicated and often perplexing picture of the politics of the Islamic world in the modern era Hamid Enayat provides an answer by describing and interpreting some of the major Islamic political ideas, especially those expressed by Iranians and Egyptians, as well as thinkers from Pakistan, India, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq Enayat studies the political differences between the two main schools in Islam S [...]

    2. In the closing pages the author references the myth of Siyavush, which is really odd for me just having read Daneshvar s Sivashun.I really enjoyed Enayat s incredible clarity, scholarship, and precise, well supported arguments until the discussion on Islam and democracy All of a sudden, Enayat assumed a classical approach to interpretation of religious texts and did not unsettle problematic assumptions and contradictions This was very close to the end overall this is an incredibly stimulating an [...]

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