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書名 Violence in Islamic thought from the Mongols to European imperialism / edited by Robert Gleave and Istvánt T. Kristó-Nagy
出版項 Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018]
國際標準書號 9781474413008 (hardback)
1474413005 (hardback)
9781474413015 (webready PDF)
9781474413022 (epub)
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館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  BP190.5.V56 V795 2018    在架上    30530001321090
 人文社會聯圖  BP190.5.V56 V558 2018    在架上    30610020609038
說明 viii, 240 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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系列 Legitimate and illegitimate violence in Islamic thought ; volume 3
Legitimate and illegitimate violence in Islamic thought ; v. 3
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-234) and index
1. Introduction / Robert Gleave and Istvánt T. Kristó-Nagy -- Part I. The Mongols and their aftermath. 2. Violence and non-violence in the Mongol conquest of Baghdad (1258) / Michal Biran -- 3. The Mongols as the scourge of God in the Islamic world / Timothy May -- 4. Yāsā and Shari'a: Islamic attitudes towards the Mongol law in the Turco-Mongolian world (from rhe Golden Horde to Timur's time) / István Vásáry -- 5. Unacceptable violence as legitimation in Mongol and Timurid Iran / Beatrice Forbes Manz -- Part II. Violence in religious thought. 6. Reconciling Ibn Taymiyya's legitimisation of violence with his vision of universal salvation / Jon Hoover -- 7. Moral violence in Ahkhām Ahl al-Dhimma by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya / Marie Thérèse Urvoy -- 8. Al-Karaki, Jihād, the state and legitimate violence in Imāmi jurisprudence / Robert Gleave -- Part III. Violence in philosophical thought. 9. Legitimate and illegitimate violence in Arabic political philosophy: al-Fārābi, Ibn Rushd and Ibn Khaldūn / Miklós Maróth -- 10. 'Soft' and ' hard' power in Islamic political advice literature / Vasileios Syros -- Part IV. Representing violence. 11. Old images in new skies: flaying in the Iranian visual tradition / Iván Szántó -- 12. Warrant for genocide? Ottoman propaganda against the Qizilbash / Colin Imber
"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"-- Provided by publisher
主題 Violence -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Violence -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Islamic countries
Violence -- Philosophy
Political violence -- Islamic countries -- History
Alt Author Gleave, R. (Robert), editor
Kristó Nagy, István, 1974- editor
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