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Modern Islamic political thought : the response of the Shi'i and Sunni Muslims to the twentieth century / Hamid Enayat.

By: Enayat, Hamid.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: BP173.7 .E5Series: Macmillan international college editions: Publication: London : Macmillan, 1982Description: xii, 225 p.ISBN: 0333279689 (pbk.); 9780333279687; 0333279697; 9780333279694.Subject(s): Political science -- Islamic countries -- History | Islam and state | Islamic countries -- Politics and government
Contents:
Introduction: the relevance of the past -- 1 Shi'ism and Sunnism: conflict and concord -- The spirit of Shi'ism -- The polemics -- 2 The crisis over the Caliphate -- 3 The concept of the Islamic state -- Muhammad Rashid Rida -- Fundamentalism -- 4 Nationalism, democracy and socialism -- Nationalism -- Democracy -- Socialism -- 5 Aspects of Shi'i modernism -- Background -- Constitutionalism -- Tagiyyah -- Martyrdom.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: the relevance of the past -- 1 Shi'ism and Sunnism: conflict and concord -- The spirit of Shi'ism -- The polemics -- 2 The crisis over the Caliphate -- 3 The concept of the Islamic state -- Muhammad Rashid Rida -- Fundamentalism -- 4 Nationalism, democracy and socialism -- Nationalism -- Democracy -- Socialism -- 5 Aspects of Shi'i modernism -- Background -- Constitutionalism -- Tagiyyah -- Martyrdom.

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