Since the early days of 1979, the Islamic Revolution of Iran has been seen as a phenomenon unique in history, one which must be viewed as somehow separate from other political Islamic movements in the 20th century.
In chapter 1, this thesis problematizes this interpretation of the Revolution by analyzing it through the lens of an earlier ideological movement, pan-Islamism, and applying methods from the study of conceptual history to dra ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Creator||Adam Jan Berry;|
|Subject||Intellectual History Computational Linguistics Linguistics Persian Islam Political ideologies|
|Abstract||Viewed anthropologically, time is articulated variously (divisions of year or lifespan, generations, reigns, etc). Divisions correlated with non-temporal domains like society or space form 'primitive classifications'. Evidence for an early Indo-European pentadic scheme is drawn from king-lists (Roman, Iranian, Norse), Avestan cosmogony, eras and daily/annual ritual cycles in India.|
|Author||Nicholas J. Allen;|
|Subject||History of the ancient world Italic literatures,i.e.,Latin Literatures of Germanic languages Persian South Asia Sanskrit Prehistoric and primitive religions Religions of the Indian subcontinent Cognitive anthropology|