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Interactions between Turkish and Egyptian Islamic thinkers from 1908 to 1952: Modernity and the disruption of Islamic knowledge

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Modernity and the disruption of Islamic knowledge: Interactions between Turkish and Egyptian Islamic thinkers from 1908 to 1952
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This thesis is an intellectual history of Late Ottoman Muslim thinkers and how they managed the epistemic disruption of nationalism, Islamic modernism, and the emerging discourse of Salafism. It studies the poet Mehmed Akif (1873-1936), sheikh ül-Islam Mustafa Sabri (1869-1954), and his deputy Zahid Kevseri (1879-1952), all of whom chose exile in Egypt as radical secular forces seized power in republican Turkey. The thesis argues they were the most influential figures in Late Ottoman relig...

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Division:
HUMS
Department:
Oriental Studies Faculty

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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