Table of contents for Islam and dissent in postrevolutionary Iran : Abdolkarim Soroush, religious politics and democratic reform / Behrooz Ghamari-Tabrizi.


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1 Introduction:
Ideological Certainties, Past and Present            1
2 The Islamic Roots of Modernity and the
Modern Roots of Islamism                             17
3 Legitimizing the Postrevolutionary Regime:
The Genesis of the New Constitution                  36
4 Abdolkarim Soroush:
The Intellectual Voice of the Islamic Republic       89
5 From the Reign of Terror to Let A Thousand Flowers Bloom  130
6 From Liberation Theology to State Ideology:
Shari'ati and the Emergence of New Religious Intellectuals  164
7 The Silence of the Shari'ah: Abdolkarim Soroush
and the Theological Foundations of Political Reform  189
8 Islam, Democracy, and Religious Pluralism            223
9 Conclusion:
Social Change and the Symbolic Universe of Religion  243
Notes                                                  249
Bibliography                                           290



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Iran Politics and government 1979-1997, Iran Politics and government 1997-Islam and politics Iran, Surūsh, ʻAbd al-Karīm, Iran History Revolution, 1979 Influence