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Rethinking world history : essays on Europe, Islam, and world history /

by Hodgson, Marshall G. S; Burke, Edmund.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studies in comparative world history. Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1993Description: xxi, 328 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521432537; 0521438446 (pbk.); 0521438446.Subject(s): World history | Islamic civilization -- Western influences | History -- Philosophy | Europe -- Civilization -- Islamic influencesOnline resources: Sample text | Publisher description | Table of contents
Contents:
The interrelations of societies in history -- In the center of the map: Nations see themselves as the hub of history -- World History and a world outlook -- The great Western Transmutation -- Historical method in civilizational studies -- On doing world history -- The role of Islam in world history -- Cultural patterning in Islamdom and the Occident -- The unity of later Islamic history -- Modernity and the Islamic heritage -- The objectivity of large-scale historical inquiry: Its peculiar limits and requirements -- Conditions of historical comparison among ages and regions: The limitations of their validity -- Interregional studies as intergrating the historical disciplines: The practical implications of an interregional orientation for scholars and for the public -- Conclusion: Islamic history as world history. Table of contents
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The interrelations of societies in history --
In the center of the map: Nations see themselves as the hub of history --
World History and a world outlook --
The great Western Transmutation --
Historical method in civilizational studies --
On doing world history --
The role of Islam in world history --
Cultural patterning in Islamdom and the Occident --
The unity of later Islamic history --
Modernity and the Islamic heritage --
The objectivity of large-scale historical inquiry: Its peculiar limits and requirements --
Conditions of historical comparison among ages and regions: The limitations of their validity --
Interregional studies as intergrating the historical disciplines: The practical implications of an interregional orientation for scholars and for the public --
Conclusion: Islamic history as world history. Table of contents

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