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Muslim Becoming: aspiration and skepticism in Pakistan.

著者名:
Khan, Naveeda
出版元:
Oriental Black Swan (Duke U.P.)
頁数:
xii261p.
刊行年:
2012
ISBN:
9788125046622

Islam -- Muslims -- Pakistan

Khan challenges the claim that Pakistan's relation to Islam is fragmented and problematic. Offering a radically different interpretation, Khan contends that Pakistan inherited an aspirational, always-becoming Islam, one with an open future and a tendency toward experimentation.
An ethnography of Islam in Pakistan that moves from the smallest scale - a single worshiper striving to be a better Muslim who is seeking guidance at a neighborhood mosque - to the largest, examining the thought of poet and philosopher Muhammad Iqbal, considered to be the spiritual visionary of the country.


Scenes of Muslim aspiration : neighborhood mosques and their qabza --
A possible genealogy of aspiration : Muhammad Iqbal in his time --
Inheriting Iqbal : the law and the Ahmadi question --
The singularity of aspiration : a father, a child and a jinn --
Skepticism in public culture : from the Jahil Maulwi to Mulla-ism --
Skepticism and spiritual diagnostics : Iqbal, the Ulama and the literati --
Epilogue: becoming present.

No.
29395
価格:
3,699円


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