Islamic tradition and modernity from confrontation to intellectual interaction.

Mazman, ibrahim


Islamic State: Rewriting History
Dietrich, Richard (2017-10-01)
This is a review of the book Islamic State: Rewriting History by Michael Griffin. It provides a chronological account of the organization’s emergence and the role that external global actors had on its development. In addition it examines ISIS’ use of media and the possible effects of its expansion on regional relations.
The question of the West in the ideology of revivalism : perspectives from Mawlana Abu’l- a‘la Mawdudi, Sayyid Qutb and Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
Aras, Esra; Dağı, İhsan Duran; Department of Industrial Engineering (2008)
This thesis surveys the response of the ideology of 20th century Islamic revival to the West and the Western-inspired regimes at home. Based on J.S. Mill’s “method of difference, it compares the ideological perspectives of the prominent figures of Islamic revival: Mawlana Abu’l-A‘la Mawdudi in Indio-Pakistan, Sayyid Qutb in Egypt and Ruhollah Khomeini in Iran. In this context, it analyzes the appraisal of Islam as a total way of life in order to refute the Western tradition and refuse its interference into ...
Islamic aesthetics: An alternative way to knowledge
Erzen, Jale Nejdet (Wiley, 2007-12-01)
Islamic Conversation: Sohbet and Ethics in Contemporary Turkey
Jassal, Smita Tewari (Routledge, London/New York , 2020-02-01)
Islamic revitalization in Turkey : an urban model of a "counter-society" a case study
Saktanber, Ayşe Nur; Akşit, Bahattin; Department of Sociology (1995)
Citation Formats
i. Mazman, “Islamic tradition and modernity from confrontation to intellectual interaction.,” Middle East Technical University, 1993.