Islam and Modernity in Iran Essay by Master Researcher

Islam and Modernity in Iran
An analysis of fundamentalism and modernity in Iran.
# 87037 | 1,125 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Political Science (Non-U.S.)


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This paper is a review of five readings. The general topic of the readings is fundamentalism and modernity in Iran and this paper discusses these issues. The paper also discusses change in Iran and how it came to be, as well as the effect of this change to the running of Iran.

From the Paper:

"Islam and Modernity in Iran The readings for this week were Structural Causes of the Iranian Revolution, Fundamentalism or Populism and Perceptions of Private Property, The Ideological Preconditions for Khomeini's Doctrine of Government and Iran: Change in Islam; Islam and Change. The common theme in all of these readings is fundamentalism and modernity. This means that there are number of questions relating to what fundamentalism means and what modernity means. For example, is there such a thing as modern Islam? Or does becoming modern necessarily involve following the development path of the Western world? One interesting aspect of these readings is that they have difficultly in defining fundamentalism."

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