Bektashizmi në Shqipëri: Histori Politike e një lëvizjeje fetare

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Doja , Albert;
(2008)
  • Publisher: AIIS Press
  • Subject: Heterodoxy | Bektashi | Politics | Sufism | [ SHS.SOCIO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sociology | [ SHS.RELIG ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Religions | [ SHS.ANTHRO-SE ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Social Anthropology and ethnology | Mysticism | Albanian | [ SHS.HIST ] Humanities and Social Sciences/History | [ SHS.SCIPO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Political science

Translated into Albanian from the original in English: _Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions_, vol. 7 (1), 2006, pp. 83-107, doi:10.1080/14690760500477919. Book-length revised reprint with permission by Taylors & Francis Ltd., London; International audience; H... View more
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    3. NGA TEOLOGJIA ÇLIRIMTARE TE KAPITULLIMI NDAJ HIERARKISË ....................................................33 3.1. Karakterizimi i një “teologjie çlirimtare” ........33 3.2. Shndërrimet organizative ...............................40 3.3. Shndërrimet institucionale .............................48

    4. POLITIKA SHËRBYESE ............................................54 4.1. Projektet nacionaliste dhe spekulimet intelektuale ....................................................60 4.2. Ideologjia çlirimtare dhe etnicizimi i fesë.........78 4.3. Projektet politike dhe spekulimet fetare ..........86

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