CULTURAL HARMONY IN THE SULTANATE LITERATURE BOOKS

Authors

  • RIyadh Kareem Abdullah

Abstract

The sultani literatures or the mirrors of kings are considered important topics in the history of
Islamic political thought, as they speak of a specific model in principle, as they represent the
circle of sultans or rulers But at the same time it bore the media and propaganda
characteristic, as books presented to the general public, and it conveyed views related to the
sultan& .;s rulings on the one hand, and what is related to the masses on the other hand in a
manner that is supposed to be scientific and stems from a religious perception, but the
propaganda dimension may be implicit in many From the writings, and this is what prompted
us to discuss the issue of revealing the consistency implicit in these writings, as it was
generated within a specific cultural context that would contain many ideas and patterns
generated generation after generation within a certain intellectual circle; To become a
systemic hegemony makes people think in the light of which it represents a set of structural
constants or systemic constants that were ruling in giving perceptions and positions that
appeared in terms of phrases, language, metaphors, metaphors, metaphors, quotes, or method
of interpretation, which It hides a lot of that, or it implies a lot of that which can be revealed
in light of this study by standing on the way of thinking that the intellectual pattern of the
writings of the rulings of the sultan or the mirrors of kings followed .

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

RIyadh Kareem Abdullah. (2020). CULTURAL HARMONY IN THE SULTANATE LITERATURE BOOKS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1133 - 1147. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/829