By Joseph J. Kaminski
This publication deals a normative reconceptualization of a latest Islamic ruled kingdom. First, Joseph Kaminski surveys the old context of the trajectory of Islamic suggestion, and gives a different discursive framework for reconceptualizing an Islamic ruled nation that rejects secular Enlightenment liberalism and as an alternative is seriously grounded in old Greek beliefs of politics and political leadership. regardless of seriously borrowing from Greek suggestion, the version provided continues to be firmly rooted in a Shari’ah-based, discursive ontological framework. the quantity explores themes of forms, legislation, democracy, girls in politics, and fiscal justice. additional, this quantity provides case stories from Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia, and Malaysia, and makes use of the awarded theoretical framework as a lens for analysis.
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