Orientalism by Edward Said.doc - Surname 1 Name Institution Subject Date Orientalism by Edward Said Arguments for orientalism The book positions

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Surname 1 Name Institution Subject Date Orientalism by Edward Said Arguments for orientalism The book positions orientalism by defining the historical path of oriental sectors in the east and presented by the writer from the west regarding the eastern cultures. (Said) These Eastern cultures include cultural and literary studies, descriptions that are concerned with the prospects the practices in the East Asian region, Middle Eastern region and the South Asian region. This term is mainly used in these description by the scholars in the study of art, imitations and historians. The depictions that are involved in this articulation are positioned to the writers in art and historical depictions, artists and the designers. However, these entities involved in the depictions are mainly from the west. In relation to the book, “Orientalism,” by Edward Said, there is a depiction of the aspect of orienting and relativities to ideologies that are involved. These relativities project the available aspects, which are combined with the ideologies of the involved designers, writers or artists to come up with particular explanations. (mashrabiyya) This study projects the arguments and the counter arguments of the aspect of orientalism. Orientalism in this book is depicted on the study of the political and historical inceptions, alongside the cultural views of the east. The implemented study and ideologies that are related in the book project the induction in the west. The concerns of every aspect are therefore pointed out on the aspects of political, cultural and historical aspects of the east. The traces are formidable to the west and positions of their denomination to the west. This is regardless of the practical
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Surname 2 essence of the practices with relation to politics as the binding factor of the historical relations. (Gordon et al.) There is no negativity that is projected on the adoptions of orientalism. This is because a larger percentage of the practices that depict orientalism in the book are bound to be positive. The writer is pleased and happy with the achievements of the westerners in the east. These arguments are positioned to a valued esteem that is dependent on the most appropriate depictions of truth. He relates to the Eastern as the land that belongs to his ancestors. This implies that the east is one area that is renowned with historical traces to the west and is still being adopted to the present. The practices in the west are therefore part of the aspects he considered part of the people of the west. This is however not what most of the individuals in the west advocate for.
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