Колхоз как основа исламского подъема
The article considers the Soviet roots of Islamic rise at the micro level of the individual farm in Northern Dagestan. The author comes to the conclusion that the post-Soviet re-Islamization of the village in 1990s was not "revival" of the local pre-revolutionary Islamic tradition, destroyed during Soviet political repression. The foundations for the Islamic rise of the 1990-ies were laid in the jamaats of collective and state farms, set up in the mountains and in the plains in the second half of the twentieth century. Kolkhoz was not an intermediary between the Soviet authorities and the local society, it would stand with the Muslim community, but had given the last resources for existence.
The purpose of this article is to provide a mathematical model to numerically estimate the parameters of the life cycle of the technical documentation on high-tech enterprises. Methodology of constructing such a model based on the consideration of statistical regularities of the life cycle of technical documentation involved in different projects. It uses data from the knowledge base of the enterprise. This work has revealed the basic rules of constructing mathematical models of similar estimates of the parameters of the life cycle of technical documentation as a result. This article is focused on the duration as a parameter of the life cycle. The constructed model analysis is universal and applicable to almost any high technology enterprise, which has its own knowledge base. Sure thing that the task of evaluating the various parameters of the life cycle of the technical paper is very relevant. Managers often must be aware of the total material costs of the project with a specific set of technical documentation before it starts. The constructed model is based on statistical regularities that exist for various projects in the enterprise, separated in time, thereby allowing the manager to have an idea about the project before it starts.
The Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (UEAI), the most prestigious association of European Arabists and Islamicists, was founded in 1962. It is has grown to become the preeminent academic network for Arabic and Islamic studies across Europe. Currently, the organisation has more than 300 members representing almost all European countries. The biannual academic conferences of the UEAI, always held in a different European country, are characterised by a broad spectrum of thematic papers and discussions in the various fields of Arabic and Islamic studies
An article devoted to political development in Egypt after the Revolution 25 January 2011. Authors concludes that country take a course on Islamisation of political system.
The article is concerned with the notions of technology in essays of Ernst and Friedrich Georg Jünger. The special problem of the connection between technology and freedom is discussed in the broader context of the criticism of culture and technocracy discussion in the German intellectual history of the first half of the 20th century.