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In this chapter, we will explain how the Shia Islamist trend in Iran has responded to the democratic political system.
In 1991, he published a controversial book, The Theoretical Contraction and Expansion of the Sacred Law, on the social evolution of religious and non-religious types of knowledge, as well as their co-dependence. In this chapter, we will explain how the Shia Islamist trend in Iran has responded to the democratic political system.
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I would like to thank Professor Gautam Bhadra for triggering my interest in Islam, and Professors Jayanta Kumar Roy and Suranjan Das for opening many doors for me. I am also greatly appreciative of the support and encouragement of Madhumita Majumdar, and my friends (who happened to have been my colleagues), Binoda Mishra, and Kaushik Bandopadhyay; a word of thanks also to Suchandana Chatterjee for always being a big help. Professor Bhaskar Chakraborty warrants a special mention, for instill- ing in me a fascination for the history of ideas, especially of the Quentin Skinner variety.
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1st ed. by Kingshuk Chatterjee.
July 30, 2011 History. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. 1st ed. Published 2011 by Palgrave Macmillan in New York, NY. Written in English.
ISBN13:9781349295111. Release Date:May 2011.
The Middle East Journal "This is a most original and perceptive work on Islamic revivalism. Ayubi has produced a compelling critique of both revivalism and the Western understanding of its place in Muslim life and thought. "Middle East Studies Association Bulletin "This interesting and well-written book. argues that Islam is not a particularly political' religion, but rather a social' religion. "Journal of Church and State.