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EUROPEAN ORIENTALISTS
GOLDZIHER
AGENTS
PARIS
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REASON
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MEANS
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GENERAL
CHAIRMAN
KNOWING
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WESTERN WORLD
EAST INDIA COMPANY
BRITISH RULE
BEST EXAMPLES
LITTLE INTEREST
PART III
PUBLIC PLACES
ISLAMIC LAW
ORIENTALISM
FACT
INDIA
STUDY
LINGUISTS
BROWNE
WORK
CHRISTIAN MISSIONARIES
ISLAMISTS
ISLAM
CONGRESS
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
IRWIN
ORIENTALISTS
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Definitions

  1. Orientalists, the mission and consuls appeared to the Blin as agents of one idea: the inclusion of the Blin into the sphere of European influence.
  2. Orientalists were overwhelmingly sympathetic to Islam, and helpful to its causes.
  3. The Orientalists is a book full of astounding images and rich prose. (Web site)

European Orientalists

  1. Said limits his study of ‘Orientalism’ to the British and French traditions, and German and other European Orientalists are excluded (pp3-4).

Goldziher

  1. Like so many Orientalists, Edward Granville Browne, Wilfred Blunt and Goldziher among others, Vmbry was anti-colonialist. (Web site)

Agents

  1. Second, most Orientalists, far from being agents of empire, were bookish dons and quirky eccentrics.

Paris

  1. Potapov participated in the 23rd and 25th congresses of Orientalists, and in the 6th and 7th congresses of anthropologists and ethnographers (Paris, 1960).
  2. In 1888, he arrived in Paris and came under the influence of French Orientalists like Ernest Renan and Professor James Darmesteter on Persiano-centricism.

Pages

  1. Probably the most striking characteristic of Orientalists to emerge in these pages is how many of them were real oddballs, as Irwin remarks in passing. (Web site)
  2. Pages in category "American orientalists" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. (Web site)

Reason

  1. This was a major reason for his hostility towards the Orientalists. (Web site)
  2. The reason is obvious: The German and Russian Orientalists didn't support Said's thesis. (Web site)

Story

  1. The story of the Orientalists is a story of life. (Web site)

Nineteenth Century

  1. In the nineteenth century, a new class of orientalists emerged.

Means

  1. Gharipuri translated means "the town of caves" according to the Orientalists, and "the town of purification" according to the native Sanskrit scholars.

Times

  1. At times, he wrote about it as if it were inescapable and the Orientalists merely victims of a system of thought they were powerless to resist. (Web site)

Traditions

  1. Nothing the orientalists can dig up or fabricate can compare to this challenging and critical body of traditions. (Web site)

General

  1. The European orientalists also resorted to a general use of the name “Afghan” to denote the people who called themselves Pakhtuns.

Chairman

  1. Rosen dedicated himself as chairman of the German Oriental Society, the umbrella organization of the Orientalists in Germany, increasingly scientific work.

Knowing

  1. For lust of knowing: The Orientalists and their enemies.

Remarks

  1. Ibn Warraq, in discussing Said's attitude to Orientalists, remarks that he was "particularly jealous of their mastery of languages".

Western World

  1. Said was wrong to argue that the Orientalists of the Western world had always and everywhere been handmaidens of Western designs on the Middle East. (Web site)

East India Company

  1. Charles grant, once a company servant and later chairman of the East India Company, was the leader of evangelical group of orientalists.

British Rule

  1. Yet in assessing Tod, we must recognize that the Orientalists contributed to justifications for British rule. (Web site)

Best Examples

  1. One of the best examples of thiscompounded bias is found in the way the event of Ghadir Khumwas approached by the orientalists.

Little Interest

  1. Yet the Orientalists showed little interest in overcoming the limitations of studying another culture with categories that were patently Western. (Web site)

Part Iii

  1. Eleventh Congress of Orientalists, part iii, pp.

Public Places

  1. Orientalists who watched women of gypsy tribes dancing at public places, witnessed one of the roots of oriental dancing. (Web site)

Islamic Law

  1. Both were committed orientalists and genuine scholars attempting to bring Islamic law to the attention of Western intellectuals and students.

Orientalism

  1. He uses the history of Orientalism and the careers of Orientalists as a needle to let the hot air out of Said's 30,000-feet-above-facts balloon. (Web site)
  2. Strong criticism of Said's critique of Orientalism has come from academic Orientalists, including some of Eastern backgrounds.
  3. It discusses the history of Orientalism and tells about some of the leading Orientalists. (Web site)

Fact

  1. In fact, as Irwin points out, German Orientalists dominated the field for a long time. (Web site)
  2. Similarly, Said completely ignored the Russian Orientalists, who in fact did serve an imperial empire in Muslim Asia. (Web site)

India

  1. Unlike many later British officers serving in India, the Orientalists were appreciative of the ancient religious and cultural traditions of classical India. (Web site)
  2. In the nineteenth century, the Romantic Orientalists and Hindu reformers also contested the dismissive and offensive picture of India and her traditions.

Study

  1. The purpose of this paper is to study how the Orientalists handled the event of Ghadir Khumm.
  2. Many Orientalists took a keen interest in its study, and wrote useful commentaries on it.
  3. He was outstanding among American Orientalists and philologists and wrote A Sanskrit Grammar (1879) and Language and the Study of Language (1867).

Linguists

  1. Among the 167 savants were astronomers, draftsmen, civil engineers, linguists, Orientalists, poets, painters, and musicians.

Browne

  1. But Browne and Nicholson, like many other Orientalists, resist this characterization. (Web site)

Work

  1. This literary sense strikes me as being shown in a more general way by the French Orientalists,-- however defective their work may be in other respects. (Web site)

Christian Missionaries

  1. Furthermore, neither it is defined as 'variant' text as some Orientalists and Christian missionaries have done so.

Islamists

  1. In Truth and Narrative, he has radically deconstructed the essentialist conception of Islam projected by Orientalists and Islamists alike.

Islam

  1. By "orientalists", I mean the Western scholarship of Islam and also those Easterners who received their entire Islamic training under such scholars.
  2. As with many poststructuralist arguments, there is an emperor's new clothes aspect to Said's outrage at the attention that Orientalists paid to Islam. (Web site)

Congress

  1. May, 1849); and the third a discussion of the question whether Mohammed could read and write ("P roceedings of the Congress of Orientalists at Florence ", i.

International Congress

  1. He took the leading part in the International Congress of Orientalists at Algiers in 1905. (Web site)

Irwin

  1. Irwin focuses on their study of Arabic sources of the crusades and on the Orientalists that followed. (Web site)

Orientalists

  1. Many Muslims -- and Orientalists -- will tell you otherwise, of course, but the fact is that a fifth of the Koranic text is just incomprehensible. (Web site)
  2. Muslim scholars reject the Westerners as Orientalists who are hostile to religion in general and Islam in particular.
  3. The orientalists and the missionaries in India did work on Jaina studies in 1970s - 1820s. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Incomprehensible
  2. Irwin
  3. International Congress
  4. Islamic Law
  5. Westerners

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