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He is held as one of the most influential Iranian intellectuals of the 20th century  and has been called the "ideologue of the Iranian Revolution ", although his ideas ended up not forming the basis of the Islamic Republic. In his years at the Teacher's Training College in Mashhad , Shariati came into contact with young people who were from less privileged economic classes of society, and for the first time saw the poverty and hardship that existed in Iran during that period.
His uniqueness lies with the way he threaded religion onto other intellectual legacies. Dr Ali Shariati was one of many Muslim intellectuals who sought to provide answers to the problems confronting Muslims in the modern, Western-dominated world. In his view, a new cultural reorientation that recognized individual agency and autonomy could help Muslim societies overcome the structural causes of their stagnation and underdevelopment.
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The literature discussed here consists primarily of the articles written by prominent Indonesian Muslim intellectuals, and most of the articles were introductions to the translated books of Shariati and Hanafi. Abdillah, Masykuri. Hamburg: Abera Verlag Mayer. Ali, Fachry, and Bahtiar Effendy. Bandung: Mizan. Asad, Talal. The Idea of an Anthropology of Islam. Baltimore: John Hopkins Universiy Press. Assyaukanie, A. Azra, Azyumardi. Bagir, Haidar. Jakarta: Pustaka Hidayah, 7— Barton, Greg.
Jakarta: Pustaka Paramadina. Boland, Bernard Johan. Bruinessen, Martin van. Effendy, Bahtiar. Islam and the State in Indonesia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Fogg, Kevin W. Hanafi, Hassan. Hasan, Muhammad Kamal. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. Hasan, Noorhaidi, ed. Hidayat, Komaruddin. Kersten, Carool. London: Hurst and Co. Laffan, Michael Francis. London and New York: Routledge and Curzon. Liddle, R. Mahyudin, Saifullah. Mujiburrahman, Mujiburrahman.
Deden Ridwan. Jakarta: Lentera Basritama, — Pabottinggi, Mochtar. Mochtar Pabottinggi. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor, — Rahardjo, M. Bandung: Mizan, 7— Rahnema, Ali. New York: I. Rais, M. Ali Shariati. Jakarta: Rajawali. Rakhmat, Jalaluddin.
Ridwan, M. Roff, William R. Salim, Hairus H. Jennifer Lindsay, Maya H. Shimogaki, Kazuo. Yogyakarta: LKiS. Steenbrink, Karel A. Beberapa Aspek tentang Islam di Indonesia Abad ke Jakarta: Bulan Bintang. Kazuo Shimogaki. Wahyudi, Yudian. Watson, C. User Username Password Remember me. Article Tools Print this article. Indexing metadata. How to cite item. Email this article Login required. Email the author Login required. Notifications View Subscribe.
Hide Show all. Full Text: PDF. References Abdillah, Masykuri. Islam Tuhan, Islam Manusia. Agama, Ideologi dan Pembangunan. Jakarta: P3M. Jakarta: Paramadina. Madjid, Nurcholish. Islam, Kemodernan, dan Keindonesiaan.
Shariati, Ali. On the Sociology of Islam. Berkeley: Mizan Press. Marxism and Other Western Fallacies. Mashhad: Mashhad University Press. Tentang Sosiologi Islam. Yogyakarta: Ananda. Al-Ummah wa Al-Imamah. Teheran: Muassasah al-Kitab al-Tsaqafiyah. Ummah dan Imamah. Jakarta: Pustaka Hidayah.
Varisco, Daniel Martin. Islam Obscured. Wahid, Abdurrahman. Canberra: ANU Press. Remember me.
Click one of the quick donate buttons to make a general donation, or click here to see what donations you can make including Sadaqah and Zakat payments, or support the oppressed people of Nigeria. He subjected contemporary society to careful examination, using the terms, experiences and concepts found in Islamic philosophy and culture for his analysis. He formulated and presented to his students and readers a coherent Islamic world-view and an ideology of social, political and economic change. His views contributed much to the Iranian Islamic revolution. This anthology — translated by the esteemed Professor Hamid Algar - presents of his major ideas.
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Ali Shariati, - L adies and Gentlemen: Tonight, as long as time permits, I would like to investigate the following questions: I. Does Islam recognize man as a helpless creature whose ultimate goal and ideal is to stand powerless in front of God? Does Islam recognize humanness as a nobility? Is helplessness in man a pre-requisite of belief in Islam, or on the contrary, is belief in Islam enough to bestow originality upon man and a respect for his virtues? The issue of man is an extremely important one. Today's civilization has based its religion upon humanism; that is, the originality and worship of man.
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Collection of Literary Works of Dr. History of Civilization Vol. History and Study of World Religions Vol. Shariati Preface to the Book: Hojr-ibn Adi.
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