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Ali Shariati

Dr. Ali Shariati (1933 - 1977), great Iranian sociologist was born in Mazinan, a suburb of Mashhad[?], Iran. His father was a progressive nationalist preacher, who would later participate in his movements. As a child he attended high school and elementary in Mashhad.
In his years at the Teacher's Training College, he came into contact with youth who were from the lower economic strata of the society and tasted the poverty and hardship that existed in Iran at that time. At the same time he was exposed by many aspects of Western thought as evident in his writing.
He got his diploma from Sorbonne University in France, then continued his studies and gained a doctorate in sociology from the University of Mashhad[?]. It has been speculated that he was killed by the SAVAK.

Shariati's Most Important Books and Speeches (with summary)

  1. The Pilgrimage[?] (Hajj)
  2. Where shall we begin?[?]
  3. Mission of a Free Thinker[?]
  4. The Free Man and Freedom of the Man[?]
  5. Extracton and Refrinement of Cultural Resources[?]
  6. Martyrdom, Arise and Bear Witness[?]
  7. An approach to understanding Islam[?]
  8. A Visage of Prophet Muhammad[?]
  9. A Glance of Tomorrow's History[?]
  10. Reflections of Humanity
  11. A Manifestation of Self-reconstruction and Reformation[?]
  12. Selection and/or Election[?]
  13. Norouz, Declaration of Iranian's Livelihood, Eternity[?]
  14. Expectations from the Muslim Woman
  15. Horr[?] (Battle of Karbala[?])
  16. Abu-Dahr[?]
  17. Islamology
  18. [[Red Shi`ism vs. Black Shi`ism]]
  19. Jihad and Shahadat[?]
  20. Reflections of a Concerned Muslim on the Plight of Oppressed People[?]
  21. A Message to the Enlightened Thinkers
  22. Art Awaiting the Saviour[?]
  23. Fatemeh is Fatemeh
  24. The Philosophy of Supplication

External links: http://www.shariati.com/



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