Shi'ism

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Harvard University Press, 7 de mai de 2012 - 448 páginas
For a Western world anxious to understand Islam and, in particular, Shi’ism, this book arrives with urgently needed information and critical analysis. Hamid Dabashi exposes the soul of Shi’ism as a religion of protest—successful only when in a warring position, and losing its legitimacy when in power.
 

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Introduction
1
I Doctrinal Foundation
27
II Historical Unfolding
101
III Visual and Performing Arts
205
IV Contemporary Contestations
261
Conclusion
309
Note on Transliteration
327
Arabic and Persian Glossary
328
Schools of Theology Philosophy and Political Thought
338
Chronology
344
Notes
348
Further Reading
385
Acknowledgments
390
Index
393
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Hamid Dabashi, an internationally renowned cultural critic and award-winning author, is Hagop Kevorkian Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. More information can be found at www.hamiddabashi.com.

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