Islamic Concept Of Law And State In Writing Of Ivo Andric Cover Image

Исламско схватање државе и права у делу Иве Андрића
Islamic Concept Of Law And State In Writing Of Ivo Andric

Author(s): Miroljub Jevtić
Subject(s): Public Law, Islam studies, Serbian Literature, Politics and law, Politics and religion
Published by: Institut za uporedno pravo
Keywords: Ivo Andrić; Islam; Islamic state; Sharia; Political theory; Bosnia and Herzegovina; politology of religion;

Summary/Abstract: Understanding of modern countries and their legal systems would be incomplete without acquaintance of Islamic public law and political theory. First of all, because Muslims make up more than one billion inhabitants of our planet, and because almost all the Muslim countries enforce, at least partially, traditional Islamic legal norms in the modern legal system. In this text the Islamic theory of state and law is presented through the works of Serbian Nobel laureate Ivo Andric. Andric, by representing the human destinies and the circumstances in which they lived in Bosnia during the Ottoman period, was in very accurate and understandable way represented an Islamic theory of state and law.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 252-269
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Serbian