Islam and the Search for Social Order in Modern Egypt: A Biography of Muhammad Husayn Haykal

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SUNY Press, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 249 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Egypt and the Idea of Modernity 18701907
9
The Formative Years Haykal between Egypt and Europe 18881922
33
Egypt as Seen from Paris
40
Love and the Intellectual as Portrayed in Zaynab
47
The Fear of Social Entrapment
53
Ideal and Reality Egyptian Politics 19181930
61
Haykal the Wald and the Egyptian Democratic Party 19181922
62
Fi Manzil alWahy
132
Abu Bakr and Umar
135
Haykals Portrayal of Islam in the Egyptian Context
138
Islam and Politics 19331940
145
Haykal As Politician 19401954 The Liberal Constitutionalists and the End of Party Politics
159
The War and Egyptian Politics
160
The Interregnum 19451950
164
The Slide Toward Destruction 19501952
169

The Liberal Constitutionalists in Politics 19231930
71
The Road to Islam Intellectual Developments 19241933
89
The Transformation of the Reformist Message and the Writing of Hayat Muhammad
109
Sidqi alAzhar and Christian Missionary Activity
112
Hayat Muhammad
113
Sufism Science Spiritualism and True Faith
125
Summation and Conclusion
129
Its Continuation and Significance
131
Capitulation and Despair
174
Conclusion
181
Notes
199
Glossary
233
Bibliography
235
Subject Index
245
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Charles D. Smith is Professor of Islamic and Middle East History at San Diego State University

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