19th Century Islamic Modernism
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In this paper, the two Islamic modernist explored in this study reflect the growing sense of secularization of Muslim society in the 19th century. The paper shows that although the likes of Jamal Al Din Afghan and Sayyid Ahmad Khan were not able to create a strong enough educational resistance to religious dominance in their own cultures; they were able to counteract a complete control of the British imperialism that used the ignorance of pure religion within their communities.
From the Paper:"This study will examine the nature of modernist reform in the 19^th century, which relied upon redefining Islamic ways of life through religious precepts. By understanding the reformers of the 19^th century, one can realize how technology and education was foremost issue amongst Arabs that sought to acclimate to, but not adhere to foreign imperialism that had conquered Islamic countries. In this manner, the relationship between western ideologies and Islamic faith-based principles were modernized through the creation of secular systems of thought. In essence, the modernization of the Islamic world in the 19^th century reflects knowledge of western technology and science, but relies on the dictates of Islamic morals and ethics in a societal format."
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