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Säkularität durch eine 'weiche Unterscheidung' in der islamischen Ökumene: Adab als Gegenpol zur Scharia
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dc.contributor.authorSalvatore, Armandode
dc.date.accessioned2019-07-26T07:47:27Z
dc.date.available2020-01-24T00:00:09Z
dc.date.issued2019de
dc.identifier.issn0172-6404de
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/63272
dc.description.abstractThis article highlights a 'soft' distinction in the regulation of human conduct which emerged through various epochs of Islamicate history: between adab as the marker of an ethical and literary tradition, on the one hand, and the normative claims covered by shari‘a and drawing particularly on the exemplary sayings of Prophet Muhammad, the hadith corpus, on the other. Adab became a counterpoint to the hadith-shari‘a discourse by relying on non-Prophetic and, in this sense, non-divine sources of knowledge. The first part of the study reconstructs the trajectory of adab in pre-colonial times while the second part explores crucial transformations occurring under the impact of European colonial modernity, whose discourse propagated a strongly autonomous notion of secular civility. The interventions of several Muslim reformers of the era contributed to make adab the hub of an autochthonous type of secularity. Here adab still works as a marker of a soft distinction - only that it now becomes a 'double distinction': both between a mundane and a prophetic tradition within the Islamic ecumene, and between an emerging Muslim secularity and the European colonial one.de
dc.languageende
dc.subject.ddcSociology & anthropologyen
dc.subject.ddcGeschichtede
dc.subject.ddcHistoryen
dc.subject.ddcSoziologie, Anthropologiede
dc.subject.othersecularity; civility; adab; hadith; shari'ade
dc.titleSecularity through a 'Soft Distinction' in the Islamic Ecumene? Adab as a Counterpoint to Shari'ade
dc.title.alternativeSäkularität durch eine 'weiche Unterscheidung' in der islamischen Ökumene: Adab als Gegenpol zur Schariade
dc.description.reviewbegutachtet (peer reviewed)de
dc.description.reviewpeer revieweden
dc.source.journalHistorical Social Research
dc.source.volume44de
dc.publisher.countryDEU
dc.source.issue3de
dc.subject.classozReligionssoziologiede
dc.subject.classozSociology of Religionen
dc.subject.classozSocial History, Historical Social Researchen
dc.subject.classozSozialgeschichte, historische Sozialforschungde
dc.subject.thesozSchariade
dc.subject.thesozTraditionde
dc.subject.thesozModernede
dc.subject.thesozecumenical movementen
dc.subject.thesozIslamen
dc.subject.thesozcolonialismen
dc.subject.thesozÖkumenede
dc.subject.thesozshariaen
dc.subject.thesozIslamde
dc.subject.thesozpolitenessen
dc.subject.thesoztraditionen
dc.subject.thesozHöflichkeitde
dc.subject.thesozmodernityen
dc.subject.thesozKolonialismusde
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dc.rights.licenceCreative Commons - Namensnennung 4.0de
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dc.source.pageinfo35-51de
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dc.source.issuetopicIslamicate Secularities in Past and Presenten
dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/hsr.44.2019.3.35-51de
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