Суфизм в арабском мире и эпоха реформ
Волшебная гора, Россия. 2007. № 13. С. 128-140.
Translator: Tsaregorodtseva I. A.
, Восток. Афро-азиатские общества: история и современность 2018 № 5 С. 21-36
The case of a Sufi shrine of the Dagestani origin in Turkey examined in the article relates to the history of shared transnational Sufi networks. The naqshbandiyya-halidiya brotherhood of the Ottoman origin once moved from the Middle East to Russia’s borderlands in the Eastern Caucasus and then came back to the Ottoman Empire from the ...
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, Вестник РГГУ. Серия: История. Филология. Культурология. Востоковедение 2015 № 3 С. 74-94
The article includes a first full translation into Russian of the second chapter from the “Memorial of God's Friends” (Taẕkirat al-awliyā), hagiographic compendium composed by Farid ad-Din ʻAttar in the 12th century. The chapter gives the life story of Uways Qarani (d. 657), Yamani ascetic and man of faith from the generation of Muhammad’s followers. ...
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, Шаги/Steps 2016 Т. 2 № 2-3 С. 258-279
The present publication includes a Russian translation of the 28th chapter from ʻAttar’s Memorial of God’s friends (Taẕkiratu’l-awliyā). The hero of this chapter, Sahl of Tustar (d. 896), was a Qur’an commentator and a Sufi sheik affiliated both with Sufi and Islamic Law circles of the 9th century Basra. The first translation of this text ...
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, , М. : ООО "Садра", 2020
Издание содержит публикацию двух персоязычных сочинений Даулатшаха б. ‘Абд ал Ваххаба ал-Испиджаби (ум. 1714), суфийского шайха братства Йасавийа, сопровожденную исследованием и подробным историческим и филологическим комментарием. Даулатшах ал-Испиджаби - один из известных суфийских проповедников в Дешт-и Кыпчаке рубежа XVII-XVIII вв. Уроженец Сайрама (совр. Южный Казахстан), он получил образование в Бухаре у йасавийского шаха Мухаммада Шарифа, много путешествовал, несколько ...
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, Религиоведческие исследования 2016 Т. 14 № 2 С. 10-26
The article focuses on the examination of the conceptions of Sufism in German thought. The central figure is a Schleiermacher’s disciple Friedrich August Gottreu Tholuck, who was a gifted orientalist and expert in Sufism. The author explaines Tholuck’s theory of mysticism in general and Sufism in particular. Tholuck asserts that Sufism is of pure Arabo-Islamic origin. ...
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Migration and Contemporary Muslim Space in Moscow. North Caucasian Loud Zikr and the Religious Practices of Central Asian “Folk Mullahs”
, Contemporary Islam 2017 Vol. 11 No. 1 P. 61-80
Over the last fifteen years, the ethnic make-up of Moscow’s mosques has undergone significant change, while the number of practising Muslims has grown several tens of times. These quantitative changes are connected with both the internal migration of people from the North Caucasian republics (a migration that had already begun in the early 1990s) and ...
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L., NY : Routledge, 2013
This book sheds new light on the continuing debate within political thought as to what constitutes power, and what distinguishes legitimate from illegitimate power. This book concludes by arguing that the Russian experience provides a useful lens through which ideas of power and legitimacy can be re-evaluated and re-interpreted, and through which the idea of ...
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, , et al., Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 2012 Vol. 4 No. 1 P. 23-41
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyze the outcomes of the financial optimization process launched by the recent reforms in the Russian higher education sector and its impact on access to higher education, its quality and competitiveness within the sector. The study of the economic performance of higher educational institutions includes complex ...
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, Полис. Политические исследования 2013 № 2 С. 179-187
Реформаторские начинания М.М. Сперанского явились в истории России ценным теоретическим и практическим опытом продвижения в ткань русского государственного и, шире, национально-культурного организма принципов развития, преодолевающих политический традиционализм, подкрепленный мессианскими идеями сакральной власти. Как считает автор статьи, путь Сперанского, остававшегося в рамках существующей системы общественных отношений, но формулировавшего задачи, решение которых открывалось только в изменении политических ...
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Живой, Глаголящий и Незримый: Беседа Илии, митрополита Нисивина, и везира Абу-л-Касима ал-Магриби о единобожии и троичности
, Волшебная гора 2016 Т. XVII С. 129-144
В настоящей публикации рассматривается текст первого собеседования Илии Нисивинского с мусульманским собеседником – везиром Абу-л-Касимом ал-Магрибӣ. Соблюдая почтительность и демонстрируя расположение, играет на поле своего vis-à-vis, приводя аргументы и контраргументы со ссылками на Коран и мусульманские воззрения и практики. ...
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М. : Восточная литература, 2012
Ежегодник содержит около 40 статей на русском, английском и французском языках, посвященных широкому спектру актуальных проблем исламской философской мысли и принадлежащих перу ведущих отечественных и зарубежных специалистов. ...
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, / Высшая школа экономики. Серия WP14 "Политическая теория и политический анализ". 2014.
During the uprisings in 2011 so called Islamist movements and parties entered the political scene in Egypt tending to ﬁ ll the vacuum emerged after Hosny Mubarak’s resignation and National Democratic Party’s dissolution. This new reality made some observers to conclude, that Egypt has been witnessing the formation of a strong and united Islamist camp ...
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Истоки исламского экстремизма на Кавказе. Что такое суфизм? Тарикат Кадирийя чеченского суфия и устаза Кунта Хаджи
, ВЕСТНИК ВОРОНЕЖСКОГО ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОГО УНИВЕРСИТЕТА. СЕРИЯ: ИСТОРИЯ, ПОЛИТОЛОГИЯ, СОЦИОЛОГИЯ. РОССИЯ, 2014. №2 2014 № 2 С. 59-64
The article highlights the problems of Islamic extremism in Caucasus; describes the beginning of Sufism in Islam and Caucasus region; analyzes the method (taricat) of the Islamic teacher (ustaz) Kunta Hadgi for solving crisis. ...
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, Государство, религия, церковь в России и за рубежом 2015 Т. 33 № 2 С. 161-181
In the histories of ecumenism, its initial formation is usually dated the early 20th century. The World Missionary Conference held in Edinburgh in 1910 is referred to as its “symbolic beginning”. A quest for the origins of the ecumenical thought led researchers to find some early voices in the previous centuries, even as early as ...
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, / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2016.
Radical “Westernizing” transformations in extra-European countries, from Peter I’s Russia to Meiji Japan, are traditionally presented as a response to threats from the more militarily and technologically advanced European powers. This corresponds to the general tendency to view war as the driving force behind early modern state-building. Yet, how exactly did such transformations become possible? ...
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, / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2014.
In this article we employ the data from Heraldry registers of young nobles, as well as records of the Land Cadet Corps, to examine the career and education strategies of Russian elite in post-Petrine period (1730s-1740s). We demonstrate that the nobles had clearly articulated preferences and analyze the factors that could have shaped their choices, ...
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, Canadian-American Slavic Studies 2013 № 47 С. 473-491
This article is devoted to the evaluation of the first Russian Emperor, Peter I. According to the author, Russia became a European power thanks largely to his efforts. But, at the same time, we cannot reject other points of view about Peter I. Therefore, the author appears both as a "Westerner" who justifies and defends ...
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, Scrinium: Journal of Patrology and Critical Hagiography 2013 Vol. 9 P. 382-398
It is a conventional view that one of the most important denominations of Eastern Christianity — the Jacobites — owes its formation to the activity of the sixth‐century Syrian bishop Jacob Baradaeus, and that it was called “Jacobite” after him. However, medieval sources show that the reality was more complex than that. Works by Egyptian ...
Added: September 30, 2017
, Шаги/Steps 2016 Т. 2 № 2-3 С. 194-207
The research project on hagiographic narrative in Persian literature and culture is now in progress in the Laboratory of Oriental Studies and comparative linguistics SASH. Currently the research is centered in the study of the first full-scale collection of the sacred biographies, Memorial of God's Friends by Farid ad-Din ʻAttar, and in the commented translation ...
Added: October 20, 2017
, , World Futures: The Journal of Global Education 2012 No. 68 P. 471-505
In a previous article, “The Coming Epoch of New Coalitions: Possible Scenarios of the Near Future” (Grinin and Korotayev 2011), it was preliminarily demonstrated that the turbulent events of late 2010 and 2011 in the Arab World may well be regarded as a start of the global reconfiguration. The subsequent events have confirmed this supposition. ...
Added: October 13, 2014
, Шаги/Steps 2016 Т. 2 № 2-3 С. 221-228
The article includes a Russian translation of the chapter devoted to Ahmad ibn Hanbal from Farid al-Din ʻAṭṭār’s Memorial of God’s Friends. Ahmad ibn Hanbal (780–855), celebrated Muslim theologian, jurist and traditionist, is a founder and eponym of Hanbali school. In this hagiography ʻAṭṭār presents him as an active proponent of the dogma of the ...
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Professors and Bankers: Russia’s State Bank Charters of 1860 and 1894, Economic Expertise and Public Opinion
, / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2015. No. WP BRP 116/HUM/2015.
The paper considers the role of public opinion and economic expertise in planning and realization of two important Russia’s financial reforms of the nineteenth century: the creation of the State Bank in 1860 and its reform in 1894. It aims at expanding the limits of institutional history and complimenting it with the analysis of ideological ...
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, Вестник Российского университета дружбы народов. Серия: Юридические науки 2017 Т. 21 № 4 С. 508-527
Goal. Article devoted to analysis of information and evaluations of the members of the Bukharan elite of the 1870s — 1910s on legal transformations made by Russian authorities in the Bukharan Emirate which since 1868 was under the protectorate of the Russian Empire. Author used works of contemporaries — Bukharan officials who were loyal to ...
Added: January 27, 2018
The Laments of the Philosophers over Alexander the Great according to The Blessed Compendium of al-Makīn ibn al-ʿAmīd
, Scrinium: Journal of Patrology and Critical Hagiography 2014 Vol. X P. 97-114
The thirteenth-century Christian Arabic historian Ǧirǧis al-Makīn ibn al-ʿAmīd—the author of the two-volume universal history entitled The Blessed Compendium (al-Maǧmūʿ al-mubārak)—was a rather paradoxical figure. Frequently defined as “a Coptic historian”, he was not a Copt, and even though his Blessed Compendium is well known not only in Eastern Christian and Muslim historiography, but also ...
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