Sociology Of Shiite Islam
Sociology of Shiʿite Islam is a comprehensive study of the development of Shiʿism. In these collected essays Arjomand has persistently developed a Weberian theoretical framework for the analysis of Shiʿism, from its sectarian formation in the eighth century through the establishment of the Safavid empire in the sixteenth century, to the Islamic revolution in Iran in the twentieth century. The bear...
Paperback: 498 pages
Publisher: BRILL (June 14, 2018)
Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1 x 9 inches
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“Fantastic and scholarly collection of articles by an expert in Weberian sociological theory (theories of authority etc) within an Shi'i context - other titles in this genre would be The Shadow of God and the Hidden Imam (by the same author), Turban f...”
rs or cultural carriers of Shiʿite Islam first emerged as a sectarian elite, then a hierocracy and finally a theocracy. Imamate, Occultation and the theodicy of martyrdom are identified as the main components of the Shiʿism as a world religion. These studies highlight revolutionary impulses embedded in the belief in the advent of the hidden Imam, and the impact of Shiʿite political ethics on the authority structure of pre-modern Iran and the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran.