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be sold and bought as any other? 7 The answer might seem obvious when the question is put this bluntly. Nevertheless, it raises other questions regarding religious obligations, knowledge, and the articulations of subjectivity in Islamic contexts. If thawāb was a commodity, what would this mean for

In: Adab and Modernity

emergence of new intellectual groups and forms of subjectivities; 5 the change in approach towards knowledge and science; 6 the introduction of new teaching techniques at an academic level; 7 the rise in forms of ego-identity ; 8 the progressively more significant role of fictionality in storytelling

In: Adab and Modernity