Modern Devletin Doğası: 16. Yüzyıldan 18. Yüzyıla Osmanlı İmparatorluğu

Modern Devletin Do as Y zy ldan Y zy la Osmanl mparatorlu u With extensive new material this classic book now in a second edition challenges the current paradigm of the societal decline as inadequate for understanding the Ottoman society and state during this

Ana Sayfa hack de lkemizde ya ananlar o kadar ilginle ti, o kadar gariple ti ki, neredeyse d gler aptalla t, kafay yedi desek yeri var Durumu bir fkra ok gzel anlatyor.

  • Title: Modern Devletin Doğası: 16. Yüzyıldan 18. Yüzyıla Osmanlı İmparatorluğu
  • Author: Rifa'at Ali Abou-el-haj
  • ISBN: 9789755333175
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • With extensive new material, this classic book now in a second edition challenges the current paradigm of the societal decline as inadequate for understanding the Ottoman society and state during this period Rifa at Ali Abou El Haj reevaluates the established historical view of the Ottoman Empire as an Eastern despotic nation state in decline and instead analyzes itWith extensive new material, this classic book now in a second edition challenges the current paradigm of the societal decline as inadequate for understanding the Ottoman society and state during this period Rifa at Ali Abou El Haj reevaluates the established historical view of the Ottoman Empire as an Eastern despotic nation state in decline and instead analyzes it as a modern state comparable to contemporary states in Europe and Asia.

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    1. Having gone through the book one more time, I can not understand how, after 20 years, the ideas and arguments so convincingly presented and elaborated in this book still remain mostly unrecognized and untested. Except Baki Tezcan's The Second Ottoman Empire which is basically an extended commentary on this book, there are so few researches who dare to follow Abou-el-Haj's path. It is true that with the growing unpopularity of the decline paradigm in Ottoman history, there has been numerous books [...]

    2. 16.-18. yüzyıl Osmanlı tarihini klişelere kapılmadan ve dönemdaş devletlerin gelişmeleriyle kıyaslamalı okumaya çalışan, bu dönemdeki toplumsal ve siyasi değişim ve dönüşümlerin izini sürmeyi teşvik eden dikkat çekici bir çalışma. Yazarın bu kitaptaki yorum ve önermelerinin altını doldurmaya yönelik geniş önceki vaka çalışmaları ve okumaları olduğu da görülüyor.

    3. It was good book, it critizes the historians mistaking the nasihatnames, beside he considers changes in the Early Modern period as a lokomotive of the formation of the late periods such as Tanzimat rather than regarding late periods as imitation of European's changes. It was nice but there was some unclear ideas such as meriotcracy of Ottoman.

    4. An argument for a reassessment of Ottoman source materials, their validity as historical documents, and their rightful context. Very brief and dated. Abou-El-Haj's heart is in the right place, but for any serious historian, this book might seem a bit redundant at this point. Raises some interesting parallels with enclosure in Britain (he doesn't, but one can't help but notice it).

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