The Genesis of Young Ottoman Thought: A Study in the Modernization of Turkish Political Ideas

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Syracuse University Press, 2000 - History - 456 pages
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. Preface. . . Preface to the Original Edition. . . Acknowledgments. . I. Introduction. 3. II. The Young Ottomans. 10. III. The Islamic Intellectual Heritage of the Young Ottomans. 81. IV. Turkish Political Elites in the Nineteenth Century. 107. V. The Young Ottomans and the Ottoman Past. 133. VI. Sadik Rifat Pasa: the Introduction of New Ideas at the Governmental Level. 169. VII. The Immediate Institutional and Intellectual Antecedents of the Young Ottomans. 196. VIII. Sinasi: the Birth of Public Opinion. 252. IX. Mustafa Fazil Pasa: Mid-Nineteenth-Century Liberalism. 276. X. Namik Kemal: the Synthesis. 283. XI. Ziya Pasa: Philosophical Insecurity. 337. XII. Ali Suavi: the Zealot. 360. XIII. Hayreddin Pasa: the Attempt to Compromise. 385. XIV. Conclusions. 396. . Bibliography. 409. . Index. 441.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Young Ottomans
10
The Islamic Intellectual Heritage of the Young
81
Turkish Political Elites in the Nineteenth
107
The Young Ottomans and the Ottoman Past
133
the Introduction of New Ideas
169
The Immediate Institutional and Intellectual
196
the Birth of Public Opinion
252
the Zealot
360
the Attempt to Compromise
385
Conclusions
396
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