Islamism and Post-Islamism in Iran: An Intellectual History
By: Yadullah Shahibzadeh (author)Hardback
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This book is a study of overlooked themes in Iran's contemporary political and intellectual history. It investigates the way Iranian Muslim intellectuals have discussed politics and democracy. As a history of Iranian Islamism and its transformation to post-Islamism, this work demonstrates that Muslim intellectuals have enriched the Iranian society epistemologically, aesthetically, ethically, and politically. This book examines the internal conflicts of the Islamist ideology as the intellectual underpinnings of the 1979 Revolution, its contribution to the formation of the post-revolutionary state, and the post-Islamist response to the democratic deficits of the post-revolutionary state. Seeking to overcome the shortcomings of historiographical approaches, this book demonstrates the intellectual and political agency of Muslim intellectuals from the 1960s to the present.
Yadullah Shahibzadeh is Researcher and Instructor of Middle East Studies at the University of Oslo, Norway. He holds Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral degrees from the University of Oslo.
1 The Crisis of Political Leadership 2 Islamist Totalism3 Islamism in Power 4 Post-Islamist Perspectivism5 Post-Islamism and Democracy 6 Post-Islamism versus Neo-Conservatism
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