A comprehensive overview of Islamic political thought, stretching from Early Islam (c.622-661) to the Age of Fundamentalism (c.1920-2000). The book encompasses religion, law, ethics and statecraft as expressed in systematic treatises, occasional writings, official rhetoric, and popular slogans. The chapters cover a broad range of subjects including: the restoration of Persia; the ethics of power; philosophy in Spain; the science of civilization; the beginnings of the modern great powers; India under the Mughals; the decline and reform of the Ottoman state; and the Age of Modernism.
The History of Islamic Political Thought
Edinburgh University Press
From the Prophet to the Present
Mind, Body & Spirit