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Islamic Reform: Politics and Social Change in Late Ottoman Syria (Studies in Middle Eastern History) - Commins, David Dean
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Religious community and nation have long been the chief poles of political and cultural identity for peoples of the modern Middle East. This work explores how men in turn-of-the-century Damascus dealt, in word and deed, with the dilemmas of identity that arose from the Ottoman Empire's 19th-century reforms. Muslim religious scholars (ulama) who advocated a return to scripture as the basis of social and political order were the pivotal group. The reformers clashed with their fellow ulama who Religious community and nation have long been the chief poles of political and cultural identity for peoples of the modern Middle East. This work explores how men in turn-of-the-century Damascus dealt, in word and deed, with the dilemmas of identity that arose from the Ottoman Empire's 19th-century reforms. Muslim religious scholars (ulama) who advocated a return to scripture as the basis of social and political order were the pivotal group. The reformers clashed with their fellow ulama who defended the integrity of prevailing religious practices and beliefs. In addition to two conflicting interpretations of Islam, Arabism comprised a new strand of thought represented by young men with secular educations advancing Arab interests in the Ottoman Empire. Religious reformers and Arabists shared a political agenda that shifted focus from constitutionalism before 1908 to administrative decentralization shortly thereafter. Using unpublished manuscripts and correspondence, inheritance documents, and Ottoman-era periodicals, this work weaves together social, political, and intellectual aspects of a local history that represents an instance of a fundamental issue in modern history. Books, History~~Middle East~~General, Islamic-Reform~~David-Dean-Commins, 999999999, Islamic Reform: Politics and Social Change in Late Ottoman Syria, David Dean Commins, 0195061039, Oxford University Press, USA, , , , , Oxford University Press, USA

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[EAN: 9780195061031], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Oxford University Press, U.S.A.], SYRIA, OTTOMAN ISLAM, STUDIES IN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY, Jacket, HARCOVER. Oxford University Press, 1990. Octavo, viii + 199 pages. Original light green boards with dark green cloth spine binding. Buff coloured paper. Green and white dust jacket wtih white lettering to cover and spine. Ten chapers including Damascene Ulama and social change, Sources and agents of religious change, social roots of Salafims, Emergence of Salafism in Damascus, Salafi interpretations of Islam, Salafis and the Arabists, Conservative Ulama and Antisalafi action etc. Conclusion, Notes, Appendix, Select Bibliography, and Index. Book and dust jacket in as new condition. See photograph. Weight 0.3kg. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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Examines Syria's religious, intellectual and political history during a period of transformation before World War I, focusing on an attempt to reform Islamic belief and practice at the turn of the century. History History eBook, Oxford University Press

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Religious community and nation have long been the chief poles of political and cultural identity for peoples of the modern Middle East. This work explores how men in turn-of-the-century Damascus dealt, in word and deed, with the dilemmas of identity that arose from the Ottoman Empire's19th-century reforms. Muslim religious scholars (ulama) who advocated a return to scripture as the basis of social and political order were the pivotal group. The reformers clashed with their fellow ulama who defended the integrity of prevailing religious practices and beliefs. In addition to twoconflicting interpretations of Islam, Arabism comprised a new strand of thought represented by young men with secular educations advancing Arab interests in the Ottoman Empire. Religious reformers and Arabists shared a political agenda that shifted focus from constitutionalism before 1908 toadministrative decentralization shortly thereafter. Using unpublished manuscripts and correspondence, inheritance documents, and Ottoman-era periodicals, this work weaves together social, political, and intellectual aspects of a local history that represents an instance of a fundamental issue inmodern history.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195061031
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195061039
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1990
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
212 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,517 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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