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The Enlightenment Qur'an : the politics of translation and the construction of Islam

Autor: Ziad Elmarsafy
Editora: Oxford : Oneworld Pub., 2009.
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"Iconoclastic and fiercely rational, the European Enlightenment witnessed the birth of modern Western society and thought. Reason was sacrosanct and for the first time, religious belief and institutions were open to widespread criticism. In this ground-breaking book, Ziad Elmarsafy challenges this accepted wisdom to argue that religion was still hugely influential in the era. But the religion in question wasn't  Ler mais...
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Elmarsafy, Ziad.
Enlightenment Qur'an.
Oxford : Oneworld pub., 2009
(OCoLC)642433569
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Ziad Elmarsafy
ISBN: 9781851686957 1851686959 9781851686520 1851686525
Número OCLC: 271081105
Descrição: xiv, 269 pages ; 23 cm
Conteúdos: Translators and translations of the Qur'an --
Sale, Marracci, and the representation of Islam --
Translating Christ and Christianity --
Voltaire : Muhammad and Moses, opposition and identification --
Rousseau and the language of the legislator --
Savary, Napoleon, and Egypt : visions of prophecy and conquest --
Goethe : poetry and prophecy, from Mahomet to world literature.
Responsabilidade: Ziad Elmarsafy.

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Iconoclastic and fiercely rational, the European Enlightenment witnessed the birth of modern Western society and thought. Charting the history of Qur'anic translations in Europe during the 18th and  Ler mais...

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"This is an important work for students of the Qur'an in the non-Muslim world." "an intelligent book, superbly precise and both meticulously and generously documented" Muslim World Book Review

 
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