Secular Knowledge Versus Islamic Knowledge and Uncritical Intellectuality: The Work of Ziauddin Sardar
This article examines the politics of Islamic postcolonial Occidentalism as a response to the secularizing influence of western modernity. By taking the work of Ziauddin Sardar, a Pakistani-British intellectual, as an example of Occidentalist Islamic thought, I have attempted to problematize the binaristic division of the world into two neat categories: the secular West and Islamized Islam. Sardar's reactionary ideas have been contrasted with the work of secular Muslim scholars such as Pervez...[Show more]
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