Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonisation and World Order

Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonisation and World Order

Salman Sayyid / Jul 18, 2019

Recalling the Caliphate Decolonisation and World Order As late as the last quarter of the twentieth century there were expectations that Islam s political and cultural influence would dissipate as the advance of westernization brought modernization and s

  • Title: Recalling the Caliphate: Decolonisation and World Order
  • Author: Salman Sayyid
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  • Page: 290
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  • As late as the last quarter of the twentieth century, there were expectations that Islam s political and cultural influence would dissipate as the advance of westernization brought modernization and secularization in its wake Not only has Islam failed to follow the trajectory pursued by variants of Christianity, namely confinement to the private sphere and depoliticisatioAs late as the last quarter of the twentieth century, there were expectations that Islam s political and cultural influence would dissipate as the advance of westernization brought modernization and secularization in its wake Not only has Islam failed to follow the trajectory pursued by variants of Christianity, namely confinement to the private sphere and depoliticisation, but it has also forcefully re asserted itself as mobilizations in its name challenge the global order in a series of geopolitical, cultural and philosophical struggles The continuing if not growing relevance of Islam suggests that global history cannot simply be presented as a scaled up version of that of the West Quests for Muslim autonomy present themselves in several forms local and global, extremist and moderate, conservative and revisionist in the light of which the recycling of conventional narratives about Islam becomes increasingly problematic Not only are these accounts inadequate for understanding Muslim experiences, but by relying on them many Western governments pursue policies that are counter productive and ultimately hazardous for Muslims and non Muslims alike Recalling the Caliphate engages critically with the interaction between Islam and the political in context of a post colonial world that continues to resist profound decolonization In the first part of this book, Sayyid focuses on how demands for Muslim autonomy are debated in terms such as democracy, cultural relativism, secularism, and liberalism Each chapter analyzes the displacements and evasions by which the decolonization of the Muslim world continues to be deflected and deferred, while the latter part of the book builds on this critique, exploring, and attempts to accelerate the decolonization of the Muslim Ummah.

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    1. I was hoping to have a chronological analysis of the caliphate, and possibly an attempt to theorize it from the decoloniality framework. Instead, the author decided to shifted away from the style of his earliest- more popular- work by exploring, or rather by adopting interventionist attitude, on some of the widely discussed issues in the Muslim world. So instead of putting a more coherent whole, the author arranged the chapters independent to each others. Regardless, this is not to discredit the [...]


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