Revival and Reform in Islam: The Legacy of Muhammad Al-Shawkani
Cambridge University Press, 2003. gada 27. maijs - 265 lappuses
Revival and Reform in Islam is at once an intellectual biography of Muhammad al-Shawkani, and a history of a transitional period in Yemeni history. This was a time when a society dominated by traditional Zaydi Shiism shifted to one characterised instead by Sunni reformism. The author traces the origins and outcomes of this transition, presenting the first systematic account of the ways in which the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century reorientation of the Zaydi madhhab, and consequent sunnification of Yemeni society, were intricately linked to tensions within the political realm. In advocating juridical systematization of religious belief and practice, Shawkani espoused a socio-religious order which in its dominant features echoed key aspects of Western modernity. Yet he did so in a context bereft of Western ideational influence. This study then presents a textured account of eighteenth-century Islamic reformist thought and challenges the meaning of modernity in an Islamic context.
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Charismatic Authority the Qasimi Imamate in the Seventeenth Century
Becoming a Dynasty the Qasimi Imamate in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
The Absolute Interpreter and Renewer of the Thirteenth Century AH
The Triumph of Sunni Traditionism and the ReOrdering of Yemeni Society
Clashing with the Zaydis the Question of Cursing the Prophets Companions sabb alsahaba
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