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Iranian Islam

The Concept of the Individual



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Iranian Islam by Fereshteh Ahmadi
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This text is an examination from theological, philosophical, socio-political and historical perspectives of the significance of the concept of the individual in the thinking of Iranians. It argues that the mystical dimension of Islamic thought, the divine nature of Islamic law and the mode of relationship between ruler and the ruled, in combination, counteracted growth of concern for the individual self in Iranian thought.

Author Biography

NADER AHMADI is a Senior Lecturer at Stockholm University, Sweden. FERESHTEH AHMADI is a Researcher at Uppsala University, Sweden.
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October 7th, 1998
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
XV, 281 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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