2 edition of The Making of an Islamic political discourse in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
The Making of an Islamic political discourse in Southeast Asia
1993 by Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University in Clayton, Vic .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony Reid.|
|Series||Monash papers on Southeast Asia -- no. 27., Monash papers on Southeast Asia -- no. 27.|
|Contributions||Reid, Anthony, 1939-|
|LC Classifications||BP63.A4 S655 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
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Muslims of different perspectives agree in their respect for the abstract notion of sharia, but they differ in how they understand the practical implications of the term. One of the earliest and the most articulate spokespersons of this interpretation is Nurcholish Madjid. More specifically, it refers to the movements representing modern political mobilization in the name of Islam, a trend that emerged in the late 20th century. Provides an example of varying terminology used by scholars for the phenomena associated with Political Islam. David O.
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London; New York: Zed Books, All visitors to Oxford Islamic Studies Online can access these essays, but related content links in Previous Features are available to subscribers only. Laffan, Michael. Its failure in addressing concrete socio-economic problems confronting the community is well explicated.
Contemporary Arabs, Indonesians and Malaysians face the need to develop civil societies that respect religious pluralism and human dignity—an important principle in the Qur'an: "We have indeed conferred dignity on the children of Adam" In the yearIslamic writing appears in both Malay and Javanese scripts.
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Indonesia's ambiguity as an Islamic state may be due to three separate dynamics. The author delves into the significance of this discourse for the development of Muslim societies.
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This phenomenon is dislocating local religious practice and culture in Muslim Southeast Asia by producing a gap between the impact of development and the condition of Islamic religious thought.
For Nurcholish, islam means 'a complete submission to God. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, The National Mandate Party, led by the former chairman of Indonesia's largest reformist Muslim organization, openly accepts non-Muslims in the party's list of leadership and legislators.
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Historically, it is not clear exactly how and when Islam came to Southeast Asia, but there is little doubt it was spread for the most part by merchants in the 12th century. This movement mainstreamed Southeast Asian Islam along orthodox lines and Arabian patterns of lifestyle and culture.
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View the PDF or the Issuu version. More Catalogs. This book focuses on developments among women scholars from the pesantren tradition working to develop progressive Islamic religious responses to contemporary gender issues.
_____. “Teaching Islam in Southeast Asia,” in Education About Asia, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Spring ): Bibliographies. Some of the most convenient bibliographic sources are available online. For example, Oxford Islamic Studies Online, available through library subscription, includes bibliographic search accessible by author, title, subject, country region, and atlasbowling.com addition, Mount Holyoke College maintains a sourcebook with a section on Political Islam, with links to full texts.