Imam Al Ghazali’s View of the Caliphate INTRODUCTION: Al Ghazali was a renowned Muslim scholar of the 11th century, he was a versatile genius that contributed to many different aspects of knowledge. His theories included exploration in the sciences, rationality and political theory amongst many. He taught in prestigious institutions of education in Baghdad and then also served as an advisor to the ruler. His contributions in the realm of Islamic philosophy are still considered important today.
They were a civilization who gave priority to treating everyone with equal respect. The Persians produced some of the best scholars in the world who have successfully contributed to fields such as astronomy, medicine, mathematics, literature and philosophy. Throughout the millenniums of invasions and conquests; Persians have known to have been tough enough to live through it and repel the invaders. Persia , modern day includes Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel and some parts of Egypt and India. In this Paper I will be focusing mainly on Persia's historical aspect, their Religion, language and the culture.
The world-famous playwright and author, William Shakespeare, has written some of the most referenced and well-known pieces of literature ever created. His acute attention to detail, impressive use of literary devices, and ability to expand upon issues concerning mankind are what make his texts so unique and are the reasons we have continued to explore his works for centuries. Although he was born over four hundred years ago, William Shakespeare has impacted literature through education, pop culture, and everyday language, making his work relevant to modern society because many of the themes his text analyze are still applicable within our world today. Background William Shakespeare was baptized into the Church of England on April 26th, 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, meaning he was most likely born between the 22nd and 25th, according to the Stratford-upon-Avon parish (Potter 1).
Stephen Crane was unquestionably a literary prodigy. Few authors have so dramatically shaped literary fiction or American writing as Crane did in his tragically short lifetime. His uncanny, realistic writing style, depicted throughout his many novels, including Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and The Red Badge of Courage, as well as his many short stories, has led him to be commonly designated "the first modern American writer" ("Stephen Crane"). Because Crane was capable of masterfully utilizing his keen observations and imagination, he was not only a pioneer in American naturalism and realism, but his works are also still iconic in literature and history today.
Robert Lee Frost is known to be the most significant American poet to date. He is responsible for starting a new way of writing by changing the ways that poets and writers alike think, plan and write. Frost wrote about many things, but most notably his works on politics, everyday life and people, and love and loss. Between his impactful style and personable works, his writing have touched and will touch many ages and generations for centuries to
HIS LITERARY CAREER Jack London has been recognized as one of the dynamic figures in American Literature. Sailor, hobo, Klondike Argonaut, social crusader, war correspondent, scientific farmer, self-made millionaire, global traveler, and adventurer. London captured the popular imagination world wide as much through his literary efforts.
The religion of Islam was influenced in the early 600s, trading was their way of spreading their ideas and inventions to be learned. The Islamic culture began to spread from Persia in the east to southern west Europe and the north of Africa. The Islamic culture influenced and impacted Europe in numerous ways, affecting such varied areas as medicine, literature, and technology. All these three categories show the influence and impact of Islam on Europe. The Islamic contributions have had a considerable effect on the development of Europe because in the old times Europe absorbed knowledge from Islamic civilizations.
Al-Qassim lived in a very cultured and educated family. As a result of this environment, he got informed with a numerous legendary stories. He uses these legends in his poetry. Especially in the early collections as in 1964 "Songs of routes" and 1965 "Eram." In his poem, " incomplete poem," he employs "Sodom," the legendary town, which is the town that is inhabited by sodomites, the people Lot, the prophet.
Nashville native and American poet Randall Jarrell explains his thoughts about Robert Frost by saying “Frost seems to me the greatest of the American poets of this century. Frost’s virtues are extraordinary. No other has written so well about the actions of ordinary men: his wonderful dramatic monologues or dramatic scenes come out of a knowledge of people that few poets have had, and they are written in verse that uses, sometimes with absolute mastery, the rhythms of actual speech.” Throughout Frost’s poetry, he used conversational language to
Ancient Civilizations Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India are some of the early civilizations, that helped to shape the world as we know it. Each ancient civilization had many contributions to society. Some would include irrigation, grid like house system, and written languages. Ancient Egypt is one of the most common ancient civilizations. We all know them for the pyramid but that 's not all that they achieved.
Muslims the people of Islam, have inherited of their culture from Greece, Rome, and India, as well as from those that they have conquered. The Muslims have great tolerance for those that they conquered and because of this they were able to advance scholarship to its highest level, in several areas. As a result of this, the achievements that the Muslims have achieved stand out, and have a long lasting impact on the cultures of our world today. Islam has achieved many incredible feats, in various subjects, in literature and art, math, science and in the medical field. Some of the great achievements in the literature and art field that the Muslims have accomplished include, having a boasting "37 libraries, numberless bookstores, [and] 800
Islam was a very unique and excellent religion that was believed to start in mecca and medina at the start of the seventh century 610 CE. Muhammad was actually the founder of Islam. The Muslims had many different and creative beliefs, a small portion of those beliefs were that Islam was a “world region”, and that it was the biggest religion out there. The Islam was not the biggest religion out there, that belief is false. A different variety of people though that Islam was loved more by god, Islam 's had a false fact that they were loved a lot more than any other religion by god.
The most famous example of this is in the film The Sheik, where Rudolph Valentino is not only revealed to be European, but is also, in fact, one of the most well-bred European gentleman in cinema. He even received a good European education in Paris (The Sheik). And he generally seemed to have the habits and tendencies of an upper-class European gentleman. He also kept a European valet, named Gaston, who is shown serving Ahmed throughout the film on various food and drink trays, as well as delivering his messages in a truly genteel fashion (The Sheik). Ahmed was even friends with, in the narrative of the story, a famous French author named Raoul de Saint Hubert (The Sheik).