ABDUL KARIM SOROUSH PDF
Soroush, Abd al-Karim. (b. ). Iranian intellectual and political activist. Studied pharmacology in Iran, and chemistry, history, and the philosophy of science in. Iranian Intellectuals on “Islam and Democracy” Compatibility: Views of Abdulkarim Soroush and Hasan Yousuf Eshkevari. intellectuals of Iran: Abdulkarim Soroush (b. ), who sees no contradiction between Islam and the freedoms inherent in democracy, and Hasan Yousuf.
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His public lectures at universities in Iran are often disrupted by hardline Ansar-e-Hizbullah vigilante groups who see his intellectual endeavours as being mainly motivated by anti-regime politics rather than theology per se. The latter, religious knowledge, is a sincere and authentic but finite, limited, and fallible form of human knowledge.
Flagging Oratory and Mind? During these years, confrontation between the people and the Shah’s regime was gradually becoming more serious, and political gatherings of Iranians in America and Europe, and Britain in particular, were on the increase.
As he told one interviewer, “True believers must embrace their faith of their own free will – not because it was imposed, or inherited, or part of the dominant local culture. Last week I sodoush about the most persecuted religion in the world — Christianity. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
From Wikipedia, sorousu free encyclopedia. Soroush rejected the opposition accusation. Also a scholar in residence in Yale Universityhe taught Islamic Political Philosophy at Princeton University in the academic year.
During the 90s, Soroush gradually became more critical of the political role played by the Iranian clergy. Democracy where coincides with certain things [ clarification needed ]it can be secular or religious. As such, they need a vigilant and transparent form of government. Soruosh year later, all universities were shut down, and a new body was formed by the name of the Cultural Revolution Committee comprising seven members, including Abdulkarim Soroush, all of whom were appointed directly by Ayatollah Khomeini.
Later he criticized theocracy and advocated the distinction between religion as the sacred and immutable body of beliefs and doctrines and religious knowledge as historically constructed by its practitioners; this led to serious tensions between his followers, karrim university students and young intellectuals, and their opponents.
They are perceived as “primary values,” as independent virtues, not handmaidens of political kaeim and religious dogma. We do not have one democracy but many democracies in siroush. He believes that the assumption of innate goodness of mankind, shared by radical Utopians from anarchists to Islamic fundamentalists underestimates the staying power of social evil and discounts the necessity of a government of checks and balances to compensate for the weaknesses of human nature.
Christianity is most in peril, I noted, in Muslim-majority countries where either by official policy or official laxity, Christians are discriminated against, persecuted, tortured, threatened […].
After completing his degree, he soon left Iran for London in order to continue his studies and to become familiar with the modern world. There is not an independent historical research on Soroush’s role in events which led to the Cultural Revolution and also his membership and his role in the Cultural Revolution committee.
Soroush’s main thesis, entitled The Theoretical Contraction and Expansion of Shari’a separates kzrim per se from religious knowledge. He has been accused by orthodox critics of preventing the Islamization of human sciences and by the opposition of the Islamic Republic regime of Abdull to involvement in the dismissal of teachers. It is in this way that we have a plurality of democracies in the international community.
Over the next year, he lost his three senior kafim appointments, including a deanship. Soroush is primarily interested in the philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, the philosophical system of Molana Jalaleddin Balkhi Rumi and comparative philosophy.
AbdolKarim Soroush :: عبدالكريم سروش
Views Read Edit View history. The philosophy of Abdolkarim Soroush can be summarized as follows: A law imposing penalties on anyone associating with enemies of the Islamic republic is thought by his allies to have been at least in part provoked slroush some of Soroush’s lectures and foreign affiliations.
The Oxford Dictionary of Islam Covers the religious, political, and social spheres of global Islam in the modern world. At the celebration of the sixteenth anniversary of the American embassy seizure inWright found that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei “devoted more time berating Soroush In Oxford, professors such as Komeil SadeghiIranian philosopher influenced him so much that Soroush dedicated one of his best books named “Expansion of Prophetic Experience ” to his honourable master.
It argues that… Oxford Bibliographies: He is a world expert on Rumi and Persian Sufi poetry.
Soroush, Abd al-Karim
A Special Program in Farsi with Dr. Select Translation Selections include: While in Tehran, Soroush established studies in both history and the philosophy of science. After the revolution, Soroush returned to Iran and there he published his book Knowledge and Value Danesh va Arzeshthe writing of which he had completed in England.