By Negin Nabavi
Highbrow developments in Twentieth-Century Iran, a suite of essays via newshounds and Iranian students dependent in either North the USA and the center East, examines the most important highbrow developments in twentieth-century Iran and explores the function that the highbrow has performed in shaping the debates and political tradition in either prerevolutionary and postrevolutionary Iran. the problems mentioned during this assortment are one of the such a lot provocative in modern Iran and variety from the hermeneutics of Mojtahed-Shabestari to the flow of the reformist press to clerical discourses just about women's rights. also, highbrow tendencies discusses broader concerns resembling Iranian liberalism and the connection among culture and modernity with a intensity and perception that's crucial in figuring out the varied matters dealing with a latest center East. jointly, the gathering offers a priceless account and research of the highbrow currents during this pivotal nation around the final century.
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27 In a subsequent article, “Maraz-e este mar-zadegi” (The disease of being struck by imperialism), for the first time in the language of politics, Maleki used the Persian suffix zadegi to indicate a pathological affliction. He argued that British imperialism had been made into a terrifying specter, resulting in the Iranian people’s complete loss of self-confidence. The society was “struck,” he wrote, by the illusion of British omnipotence, and this had led to the belief that the Iranians were no more than puppets in the hands of foreign powers, utterly incapable of improving their own lot.
In 1956, Maleki suggested a comprehensive political program to party leaders (who later organized the Second National Front in 1960). 41 Maleki believed that the opportunity would arrive sooner or later and they needed to be ready for it. He put forward a comprehensive set of proposals regarding domestic politics, foreign relations, and social and economic reform. ” However, they should accept the existing system of constitutional monarchy. ” The proposed social reform program contained a fairly detailed land reform policy and an industrialization policy based on planning and state participation that explicitly rejected étatisme.
Stanford University Press, 1991), p. 16. 26. Mirza Fath Ali Akhundzadeh (1812–1878), Mirza Malkam Khan (1833– 1908), and Seyyed Hasan Taqizadeh (1878–1970) are often offered as such examples. However, we should bear in mind that even though Taqizadeh advocated a wholesale imitation of the West in the early 1920s, he retracted this argument by the early 1960s. See Seyyed Hasan Taqizadeh, Khatabeh-ye Aqa-ye Seyyed Hasan Taqizadeh dar akhz-e tamaddon-e khareji (Seyyed Hasan Taqizadeh’s address on the adoption of Western civilization) (Tehran: Entesharat-e Bashgah-e Mehregan, 1960–61), p.
Intellectual Trends in Twentieth-Century Iran: A Critical Survey by Negin Nabavi