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ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO MODERNIZATION IN THE LATE OTTOMAN PERIOD: IZMIRLI ISMAI L HAKKI'S RELIGIOUS THOUGHT AGAINST MATERIALIST SCIENTISM

This article aims to demonstrate that central Ottoman studies can make significant contributions to the current knowledge of the period, not only in political history, as has been the main focus so far, but also in religious and intellectual thought. It will show how a contact was established betwee... Full description

Journal Title: International Journal of Middle East Studies Feb 2007, Vol.39(1), pp.77-102
Main Author: Özervarli, M
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title: ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO MODERNIZATION IN THE LATE OTTOMAN PERIOD: IZMIRLI ISMAI L HAKKI'S RELIGIOUS THOUGHT AGAINST MATERIALIST SCIENTISM
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  • Political History
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description: This article aims to demonstrate that central Ottoman studies can make significant contributions to the current knowledge of the period, not only in political history, as has been the main focus so far, but also in religious and intellectual thought. It will show how a contact was established between modern European and Ottoman religious thought, in which ways the issue of modernization became an important topic in religious circles, and what kind of perceptions took place among them about its content and limits.
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