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Final Review - FinalReview 18:01 , period , all

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Final Review 18:01 Earlier chronology only for thematic questions, but no specific questions on pre-Abbasid  period Outline each question before starting Know some people involved in movements, but you don’t necessarily need to state them  all BE SURE TO INCLUDE WHY EACH THING IS IMPORTANT IN RELATION TO THESIS   WHY IT’S PERTINENT TOWARDS ARGUMENT Likely themes (change over time): Defragmentation of Islamic empire Treatment of the “other” – jihad, crusades, Mongols, dhimmis Change in religious authority – caliphs, imams, ulema Translation Movement and schools of Muslim law   COMPETITION BETWEEN  REASON AND REVELATION Influx of Turks and how they changed the Islamic empire
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Reason vs. Revelation 18:01 Sharia is a reaction to the Translation movement   threatened by philosophy and belief  that philosophy more important than religious belief Reason deviated from the norm Reason: Translation Movement: 692 -- Arabization of diwan Abd al-Malik Forces Translation Movement, bc things now in Arabic although movement under  Abassids
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