CRITICAL-PROGRESSIVE MUSLIM THOUGHT: REFLECTIONS ON ITS POLITICAL RAMIFICATIONS

@article{Duderija2013CRITICALPROGRESSIVEMT,
  title={CRITICAL-PROGRESSIVE MUSLIM THOUGHT: REFLECTIONS ON ITS POLITICAL RAMIFICATIONS},
  author={Adis Duderija},
  journal={The Review of Faith \& International Affairs},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={69 - 79}
}
  • Adis Duderija
  • Published 1 September 2013
  • Political Science
  • The Review of Faith & International Affairs
Many of the contemporary political conflicts in Muslim-majority countries are said to pit modern secularists against the “backward” Islamists. However an important stream of contemporary Muslim thought—critical-progressive Muslim thought—refuses to accept either a hegemony of Western secularism or a hegemony of Islamist fundamentalism. Critical-progressive Muslim scholar-activists are reinterpreting the normative teachings of the Muslim worldview and developing a distinctive third-way approach… 
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