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Islam and Modernity

Islam and Modernity - Modernity in Islam 3 Phases of...

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Modernity in Islam 01/11/2007 08:05:00 3 Phases of Islamic Civilization Origins (650) Mongol Period – Early Modern (1250-1800) Modern Period (1800-2000) Post- Modern (2000- ?) Geography Turkey / Anatolia / Caucuses 9 th  -13 th  Century o India (Moghuls) Sufism – Asia (South Asia) 8 th - 10 th  century o Near East (Iran, Iraq //Spain) Arabia – 7 th  century Scholarship/ Learning 7 th  Century  o Quran revelation 8 th  -10 th  Science of Hadith o conquest literature
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10 th  century o Sufism/ Mysticism 12-15 th  Literature (Influenced by Persian) o theology/ philosophy o Islamic Law (fiqh) END OF CALIPHATE 1914  10 th  Century  Sunni’s ended ijtihad = interpretation of Law o Shi’I’s still do ijtihad  Sunnis started Tqlid = following established precedent  School of Law  (4 Sunni Schools Remain) (1 Shi’I School Remains)  Early Modern: 15 th - 18 th  Century  Colonialism  Shariah Courts  Modern Period
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