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Violence in Islamic Thought from the Qur'an to the Mongols.

(Legitimate and Illegitimate Violence in Islamic Thought)

著者名:
Gleave, Robert & Istvan Kristo-Nagy (ed.)
出版元:
Edinburgh U.P.
頁数:
viii,278p
刊行年:
2016(15)
ISBN:
9781474417938

Examines how violence was described and evaluated in the foundational texts of Islam

How was violence justified in early Islam? What role did violent actions play in the formation and maintenance of the Muslim political order? How did Muslim thinkers view the origins and acceptability of violence? These questions are addressed by an international range of eminent authors through both general accounts of types of violence and detailed case studies of violent acts drawn from the early Islamic sources. Violence is understood widely, to include jihad, state repressions and rebellions, and also more personally directed violence against victims (women, animals, children, slaves) and criminals. By understanding the early development of Muslim thinking around violence, our comprehension of subsequent trends in Islamic thought, during the medieval period and up to the modern day, become clearer.

Section I. Jihaad and Conquest: Attitudes to Violence against the External Enemies of the Muslim Community
Section II. The Challenged Establishment: Attitudes to Violence against the State and in its Defence within the Muslim Community
Section III. Lust and Flesh: Attitudes to Violence against the Defenceless, Intra-Communitarian Violence by Non-State Actors

No.
32432
価格:
5,468円


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