8 edition of The disenchantment of the Orient found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DS115.5 .E93 2006|
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Drawing on the analytic perspectives of Pierre Bourdieu and Michel Latour, Gil Eyal develops an original framework for understanding the production of knowledge Format: Paperback.
Get this from a library. The disenchantment of the Orient: expertise in Arab affairs and the Israeli state. [Gil Eyal] -- "In this historical study, Gil Eyal argues that before the formation of Israel, Jewish experts participated in constructing the Orient as both a The disenchantment of the Orient book for the rejuvenation of the Jewish nation and.
In this historical study, Gil Eyal argues that before the The disenchantment of the Orient book of Israel, Jewish experts participated in constructing the Orient as both a metaphor for the rejuvenation of the Jewish nation, and an enchanted space populated by hybrid figures that mixed Jewish and Arab elements.
But following the creation of the state, these experts took up a new role: creating boundaries (both external. Full text of "Universe In Disenchantment Book" See other formats.
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The Disenchantment of the Orient: A History of Oriental Expertise in Israel. orientalism These are some of the questions with which this original and pathbreaking book grapples. Consequently, the experience of the Orient as a marginal zone between Judaism The disenchantment of the Orient book Arabism has given way to the covert set of relations between Orientalism.
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English writers have a less fantastic notion of the Orient because they “confront a set of imposing resistances” (). Kinglake’s Eothen () (). Burton wins high praise for actually learning something about the Orient, but is still full of “a sense of assertion and.
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The solution to our disenchantment isn’t that we need to know more spiritual things, but rather that we need to put them into practice. “We need to orient our lives around a different set of stories” (ibid.).
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Jason Ānanda Josephson Storm Professor of Religion Office: Hollander Hall, Rm Phone: () E-mail: [email protected] Education: M.T.S., Harvard University Ph.D., Stanford University Program Affiliations: Asian Studies Comparative Literature Religion Science & Technology Studies On Leave: Courses: REL “Introduction to the Study of Religion” REL “The.
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