3 edition of Muslim societies and the challenge of secularization found in the catalog.
Muslim societies and the challenge of secularization
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Gabriele Marranci, editor|
|Series||Muslims in global societies series -- v. 1|
|LC Classifications||BP190.5.S35 M875 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 261 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||2010932541|
Consequently the challenge of secularism must be met on the cultural level, if it is to be met at all; and if Christians cannot assert their right to exist in the sphere of higher education, they will eventually be pushed, not only out of modern culture, but out of physical existence. Still, Muslim-majority societies and countries have been dealing with the challenges posed by modern values for more than a century now, and the increased levels of violence at this stage indicate how threatened adherents of fundamentalism and traditionalism feel, and how deep have been the inroads made by Muslims who have adopted the.
The Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society (ISIS) is an organization of writers that promotes the ideas of secularism, democracy and human rights within Islamic society. It is part of the Center for Inquiry.. Founded in by former Muslims, the best known being Ibn Warraq, the group aims to combat theologically driven fanaticism, violence and terrorism. The phenomenon is not new. When Islam was the dominant force on the earth, the tide was reverse. W. Montgomery Watt in his book, The Influence of the Islam on Medieval Europe, has acknowledged that the general feelings of the Europeans against Muslims, during the height of their power and prosperity, was one of the inferiority complex.
Theorists of "secularization" have for two centuries been saying that religion must inevitably decline in the modern world. But today, much of the world is as religious as ever. This volume challenges the belief that the modern world is increasingly secular, showing instead that modernization more often strengthens religion. Seven leading cultural observers examine several regions and several 2/5(1). The book argues that Muslims could embrace the former, while they may debate and dialogue with the latter. As such, the British model of secularism (a pragmatic, weak form of establishment) is a good starting point for a democratic society, with a secular public culture that also has a space for faith.
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Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Muslims in Global Societies Series) Hardcover – Septem byAuthor: Gabriele Marranci. These and other questions are discussed in Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach.
A timely collection which, for the first time, explores these themes Author: Gabriele Marranci. He is the founding editor of the journal Contemporary Islam: Dynamics of Muslim Life, and the book series (with Prof.
Bryan Turner) Muslims in Global Societies, and also author of Jihad Beyond Islam, The Anthropology of Islam and Understanding Muslim Identity, Rethinking Fundamentalism.
Islam, public religions and the secularization debate / Bryan S. Turner --Muslim thinkers and the debate on secularism and laicite / Barbara De Poli --Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Tariq Ramadan on secularisation: differences and similarities / Goran Larsson --Islam and democracy in the twenty-first century / Haifaa Jawad --Moving out of Kazanistan.
Through its interdisciplinary approach and the case studies of different Muslim communities, this book avoids some of the clichés and essentialism which often affect the analysis of secularization and Islam. The collection aims to open a discussion and provide glimpses into current studies on the topic.
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Jamal, Arif A., Moving Out of Kazanistan: Liberal Theory and Muslim Contexts (October 1, ). Arif A. Jamal, "Moving out of Kazanistan: Liberal Theory and Muslim Contexts" in Gabriele Marranci, ed., Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Springer, ).
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How have contemporary Islamic scholars addressed the topic and why. How does living in a secularized context affect the everyday lives of Muslim women living in the west.
What about the so-called 'secular' Muslims. These and other questions are discussed in Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach. The sharpest challenge is “radical Islamic revivalism,” a political theology that has its roots in the early twentieth century and that gave rise to al-Qaeda.
If international relations scholars are to understand the events of Septem they ought to devote more attention to the way in which radical Islamic revivalism and public. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Secularisation is far more of a challenge to Christianity in England than is Islam, and yet by seemingly strengthening the case for secularism, the issue of Islam has moved centre-stage. The paper reveals contemporary developments in post-Soviet Islam that challenge the pre-dominant juxtaposition of Islam against secularization and modernization.
I argue that “Islam is the blueprint of a social order”—this sentence opens Gellner’s book “Muslim Society” ( 1). He goes on, “it holds that a set of rules. workshop Muslim diaspora, Euro-Islam and the idea of the secular for their con-tributions, active discussion, criticisms and suggestions.
Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach has brought together ﬁfteen, both junior and senior,scholars fromnot only different academic disciplines.
This report aims to highlight a subtle yet existential threat to the Muslim community in America: an assault on the Muslim mind, in other words, the Secularization of the Muslim contrast to the right-wing’s physical and verbal attacks on the Muslim community, the desire to secularize the Muslim mind comes from across the political spectrum.Secularism and the Islamist Challenge By Greg Noakes.
Throughout the 20th century, Muslim societies have been torn between the impulse of secularism and the attraction of Islamic renewal. Both systems are seen by their proponents as the key to solving the Muslim world's social, political and .