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Ibn Khaldun : history as science and the patrimonial empire

Author: Róbert Simon
Publisher: Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 2002.
Series: Bibliotheca orientalis Hungarica, v. 48.
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"Ibn Khaldun was born in Tunis in 1332 and died in Cairo in 1406. He is the most significant social scientist of Classical Islam, whose work has preserved its message and timeliness until our times. The society he ingeniously described has remained familiar to the posterity due to the survival of several elements of patrimonial empire in the Middle East. The up-to-date character of his work is also assured by the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Simon, Róbert, 1939-
Ibn Khaldun.
Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 2002
(OCoLC)603683390
Named Person: Ibn Khaldūn; Ibn Khaldūn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Róbert Simon
ISBN: 9630579340 9789630579346
OCLC Number: 50713061
Description: 217 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: In the Labyrinth of the Ibn Khaldun Research --
Ibn Khaldun according to the judgment of his contemporaries, his followers and direct posterity --
The influence of Ibn Khaldun on classical Turkish historical writing --
The stages of European and Arab reception --
Stages of a Paradigmatic Life --
Origin of the family. Childhood and youth in Tunis --
In the court of Fez --
In the court of Granada: 1362-1365 --
In the court of Bijaya: 1365-1366 --
On the way of political resignation: 1368-1375 --
In the castle of Ibn Salama: 1375-1378 --
In Tunis again: 1378-1382 --
In Egypt: 1382-1406 --
The Theoretical Foundation of Historical Science --
Ibn Khaldun as the Theoretician of Patrimonial Empirehood --
A few methodological remarks --
The fundamental forms of the nomadic-sedentary symbiosis in the Eurasian steppe zone --
[superscript c]Asabija --
[superscript c]umran badawi --
[superscript c]umran hadari: the building elements of the steppe empires --
The Ibn Khaldun-model of patrimonial empire.
Series Title: Bibliotheca orientalis Hungarica, v. 48.
Other Titles: Ibn Khaldūn.
Responsibility: Róbert Simon.

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"Ibn Khaldun was born in Tunis in 1332 and died in Cairo in 1406. He is the most significant social scientist of Classical Islam, whose work has preserved its message and timeliness until our times. The society he ingeniously described has remained familiar to the posterity due to the survival of several elements of patrimonial empire in the Middle East. The up-to-date character of his work is also assured by the fact that he is being considered as the "founding father" of almost half a dozen disciplines." "His unique work, the al-Muqaddima (Introduction to History) first formulated in 1375, has won the great esteem of later centuries because of two remarkable achievements. One of them is that he, laying the foundations of his pioneer and deeply original theory of civilisation, made history a never-before-existing independent discipline. His other great scientific achievement is the model-like elaboration of (patrimonial) empires, which has preserved its validity even until today in the examination of the formations of the Eurasian steppe zone. The monograph analyses these two great scientific accomplishments in detail."--BOOK JACKET.

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