Man and Islam: “The free man and freedom of man” By: Dr. Ali Shariati, – Ladies and Gentlemen: Tonight, as long as time permits, I would like to. Ali Shariati Mazinani was an Iranian revolutionary and sociologist who focused on the . The civilized man could talk on himself more that universe and the new . Ali Khamenei knew Shariati as a pioneer of Islamic teaching according to the. Man and Islam by Ali Shariati, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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He maintains that the western democracy based on gold, cruelty and tricking Zar, Zour va Tazvir is an anti-revolutionary regime which is different with ideological Guidance. Inhe became a high-school teacher and founded the Islamic Students’ Association, which led to his arrest following a demonstration. For unlike all other beings which are one dimensional, man is two-dimensional; one dimension tends towards mud, lowliness, sedimentation, and stagnation while the other aspires to the loftiest imaginable point possible.

In order to find out how man was interpreted in various religions of the past, or to understand the role of humanism in religions, one should study the philosophy of creation. This anthology is the first systematic presentation in English of some of his major ideas.


Shariati sought to revive the revolutionary currents of Shiism.

Meredith Burkart rated it liked it Dec 26, Shariati was allowed to leave for England. A teacher, scholar and writer, Shari’ati and a dynamic influence on the young people of Iran with his classes, discussions, free lectures and articles during the ‘s and ‘s. Morad Ganoun rated it liked it Apr 16, Nature has a single deity and is under the dominance of only one God.


Ali Shariati

He felt that people could fight imperialism solely by recovering their culture identity. In any case, when the creation of man ended, God taught all the names. Thus, with this providential address the mission of man on earth is clarified.

The tragedy is that history does not bear witness to this fact. He maintained that in such a society, someone who is weak is already subjected to defeat and annihilation.

Ali Shariati, – L adies and Gentlemen: Shariati’s works were highly influenced znd the Third Worldism that he encountered as a student in Paris — ideas that class war and revolution would bring about a just and classless society.

In other hand, he criticized Modernists because of confusing the western ideological theories with valid scientific epistemology.

Badriyah rated it liked it Feb 19, He sought to translate these ideas into cultural symbols of Shiism that Iranians could relate to.

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Andrew Bernier rated it liked it Apr 07, One of his criticism to western ideology is to regardless imitation of those ideology. On the other hand, if the concepts were plain enough, such religions would contain no new meanings.

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However, Shariati gave a critique about the historical development of religion and the modern philosophical and ideological movements and their relationship to both private ownership and the emergence of the machine. He left Ispam after earning a PhD in sociology in from the Sorbonne.

Enayat believes that Shariati can be shqriati the founder of Islamic socialism. Also he denied consensus as a source for understang religion.

Retrieved 11 December Ebrahim Nabavi rated it liked it Dec 11, Shari’ati was a sociologist, educated in Mashhad and Paris, as well as a student of history and philosophy.

He firmly criticized Karl Marx. Zulkifli Ismail rated it really liked it Feb 11, Shariati and thinking on west from lai neo reflection. These lectures were hugely popular among his students and were spread by word of mouth throughout all economic sectors of society, including the middle and upper classes, where interest in his teachings began to grow immensely.