Last edited by Kilabar
Thursday, July 30, 2020 | History

2 edition of political theory of Ibn-Khaldun. found in the catalog.

political theory of Ibn-Khaldun.

Muhammad Mahmud Rabi

political theory of Ibn-Khaldun.

by Muhammad Mahmud Rabi

  • 30 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ibn Khaldūn, -- 1332-1406.,
  • Political science

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [171]-173.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD16.7 I24 R3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination178p.
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17374852M

    Ibn Khaldun is generally considered the greatest of the Arab historical thinkers. In his great work, the Kitab al-Ibar [universal history], he attempts to treat history as a science and outlines a philosophy of history, setting forth principles of sociology and political economy. He wrote an autobiography, completed in , but expanded a few.   Ibn Khaldun was a son of modest aristocratic family that, through merit, had risen to prominent positions within the Hasfid Dynasty in Tunisia. His actual family roots go further back into Islamic Spain but, as the Reconquista gained steamed his family left for North Africa and this set Ibn Khaldun off on a travelling adventure.

    Ibn Khaldun in his al-Mugaddimah had developed the rudiments of labor theory of value. The parallelism between Adam Smith's labor theory of value and Ibn Khaldun's labor theory of value is striking. Smith started his labor theory of value by stating: Labour was the first price, the original purchase--money that was paid for all things. It is worth noting that Ibn Khaldun never called it a "theory," but had skillfully presented it (in volume 2 of Rosenthal translation) in his analysis of labor and its efforts. 6 Ibn Khaldun's contribution was later picked up by David Hume in his Political Discourses, published in "Everything in the world is purchased by labour.".

    Political theory has been traditionally confined to the history of Western political thought from Aristotle to Nietzsche, but this limitation is not tenable in a global age. This text focuses on Islamic, Indian and Far Eastern civilizations, offering readings of. The Muqaddimah, often translated as “Introduction” or “Prolegomenon,” is the most important Islamic history of the premodern n by the great fourteenth-century Arab scholar Ibn Khaldûn (d. ), this monumental work established the foundations of several fields of knowledge, including the philosophy of history, sociology, ethnography, and economics.


Share this book
You might also like
A womans book of money

A womans book of money

circle of lives

circle of lives

7th International Conference on the Properties of Steam.

7th International Conference on the Properties of Steam.

Thermoelastic vibration test techniques

Thermoelastic vibration test techniques

Congregationalism

Congregationalism

An Oxford Tragedy

An Oxford Tragedy

Sailing from start to finish

Sailing from start to finish

African cultural knowledge

African cultural knowledge

Rome.

Rome.

An epistle from a N--ble L--d to Mr. P--y

An epistle from a N--ble L--d to Mr. P--y

Descartes

Descartes

Korea

Korea

Studies in Islamic history and culture

Studies in Islamic history and culture

Science Explorer (Electricity and Magnetism)

Science Explorer (Electricity and Magnetism)

San Joaquin Valley drainage investigation.

San Joaquin Valley drainage investigation.

Political theory of Ibn-Khaldun by Muhammad Mahmud Rabi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Incraving solitude from the exhausting business of politics, Ibn Khaldūn took the most momentous step of his life: he sought refuge with the tribe of Awlād ʿArīf, who lodged him and his family in the safety of a castle, Qalʿat ibn Salāmah, near what is now the town of Frenda, Algeria.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

the first monograph to be devoted exclusively to Ibn Khaldun's political theory.1 The two books differ considerably in plan. Ayad, after a long and philosophical introduction on the general trends of Islamic cultural and intellectual development, displays a remarkable critical faculty and acuteness of observation in.

Ibn Khaldun’s political theory is contrasted with those of Hobbes and Locke, based on their works titled The Leviathan () and Two Treatises of Government (), respectively. In Grefve wrote political theory of Ibn-Khaldun. book paper in English on Ibn Khaldun, and then, in his "History of Philosophy" Flint refered to Ibn Khaldun's Mughaddimah as a great work.

In DeSlane translated it into French, and in Gumplowicy wrote a chapter of his book on sociology about Ibn Khaldun as "an Arab Sociologist of the Fourteenth century". Ibn Khaldun, moreover, dealt with the problem of optimum taxation, minimum government services, incentives, institutional framework, law and order, expectations, production, and the theory of value.

Abd Ar Rahman bin Muhammed ibn Khaldun. Translated by. Franz Rosenthal. Table of Contents. Table of Contents. Introductory material Introductory material of Book One, Kitab al 'Ibar Preliminary Remarks Chapter I Human civilization in general Chapter II Bedouin civilization, savage.

Details of Book This book provides a complete overview of the American Founders' political theory, covering natural rights, natural law, state of nature, social compact, consent, and the policy implications of these ideas. Due to the political situation within the community of Malikite Qadis Ibn Khaldun would be dismissed and reinstated three times during the five-year period.

Finally, he died while he was in office on Wednesday March 17 th (25 th of Ramadan ). The Political Theory of Ibn Khaldun Muḥammad Maḥmūd Rabīʻ, ربيع، محمد محمود, ابن خلدون، Brill Archive, - Political science - pages.

The consideration of ibn Khaldun’s political philosophy within the context provided by a work on the history of Muslim philosophy, and in a chapter concluding the history of Muslim political philosophy in the classical period, must face and attempt to clarify the complex problem of the precise character of the political aspect of ibn Khaldun’s new science of culture, and its theoretical and practical implications when contrasted with the various philosophic practical.

In the Muqqadmiah, in a chapter called ‘the various kinds of sciences’, Ibn Khaldun outlines the eight canonical works of Aristotelian logic studied by Muslim scholars.

He mentions a book called Kitab al-Burhan, translated as Apodeictica, which covers determinatives and definitions. Irwin tells how Ibn Khaldun, who lived in a world decimated by the Black Death, held a long series of posts in the tumultuous Islamic courts of North Africa and Muslim Spain, becoming a major political player as well as a teacher and writer.

Ismail Küpeli: Ibn Khaldun und das politische System Syriens – Eine Gegenüberstellung, München,ISBN (German e-book about the politics of Syria with reference to the political theory of Ibn Khaldun) Kuchinov A. Ibn Khaldun influence on social thought development // Lomonosov - Moscow, In his The Introduction (), ibn Khaldun also wrote, “History is an art of valuable doctrine, numerous in advantages and honourable in purpose; it informs us about bygone nations in the context of their habits, the prophets in the context of their lives and kings in the context of their states and politics, so those who seek the guidance of the past in either worldly or religious matters may have that advantage.”.

Ibn Khaldun: His Theory Of Caliphate General On J His Life Abu Zaid Abd ar-Rahman ibn Khaldun was bom at Tunis on in an Arab family, which had dwelt for nearly five centuries at Seville in Muslim Spain. When driven out.

Ibn Khaldun’s Theory of Good Governance in Achieving Civilization Excellence Suhaila Abdullah School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia Abstract Ibn Khaldun was the most prominent medieval Muslim scholar famed for his theory and philosophy of history and insights into the rise and fall of civilizations.

Ismail Küpeli: Ibn Khaldun und das politische System Syriens – Eine Gegenüberstellung, München,ISBN (German e-book about the politics of Syria with reference to the political theory of Ibn Khaldun) Kuchinov A. Ibn Khaldun influence on social thought development // Lomonosov - Moscow, In Russian.

Ismail Küpeli: Ibn Khaldun und das politische System Syriens – Eine Gegenüberstellung, München,ISBN (German e-book about the politics of Syria with reference to the political theory of Ibn Khaldun) Kuchinov A.M.

Ibn Khaldun influence on social thought development // Lomonosov – Moscow, In : 27 MayTunis, Hafsid Sultanate of Ifriqiya. With the seventh point (the ignorance of social laws) Ibn Khaldun lays out his theory of human society in the Muqadimmah.

Al Husri (an Ottoman thinker of the 20th century) suggested that Ibn Khaldun’s Muqadimmah is essentially a sociological work, sketching over its six books a general sociology, a sociology of politics, a sociology of urban. Ibn Khaldun was an eye witness to historical events.

In many cases, he himself instigated historical events and altered their course. According to Charles Issawi (, p. ix), “the practical knowledge he gained in his political career led [Ibn] Khaldun to devise a path-breaking theory of history, in which the rise and fall of political dynasties depend on laws of social and economic change.”.Political philosophy, also known as political theory, is the study of topics such as politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, law, and the enforcement of laws by authority: what they are, if they are needed, what makes a government legitimate, what rights and freedoms it should protect, what form it should take, what the law is, and what duties citizens owe to a legitimate government, if.Ibn Khaldun, 'Abd al-Rahman () Ibn Khaldun's work on the philosophy of history is a landmark of social thought.

Many historians - Greek, Roman, Muslim and other - had written valuable historiography, but here we have brilliant reflections on the meaning, pattern and laws of history and society, as well as profound insights into the nature of social processes and the interconnections.