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INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABADORIENTALISM
GROUP 1
ORIENT IS EUROPEAN INVENTION PERCEVIDED B Romance ,Exotic being  , haunting memories     ,landscapes and       remarkable ...
WesternMisconceptionabout theEAST………
Edward emphasized on  “ THE ORIENT’S SPECIAlplace         in the Western       experience
The first DEFINITION…     Said uses for the   topic is the academic      interpretation     The second definition draw    ...
The third definition     ofOrientalism
ORIENT RELATIONSHIP WITH        THE WEST
SAID’SInterpretat   ion ofOrientalism
-Its is irresponsible to discount The control  West exercised over     these societies
Said differentiates …TYPES of  society and how cultural     influence is derived.
A Political society is??A Civil society is ??
…ClOSER TOSolution
1- Strategic Locatio2- Strategic Format
3Final reality said calls is   Personal Dimensions.
EDWARD         QOUTED         Gramci        SAYING …  “The starting point of critical elaboration isthe consciousness of w...
Concept of orientalismBRITIAN’S RElATIONSHIP WITH EG
SCOPE OF
-MILITARY AND ECONOMICALLYDOMINANT CULTURE RESULTS IN A         DISASTOUR …
BALFOUR POINT OF VIEWIDEA OF INFERIORITY AND      SUPERIORITYBRISTISHER’S WITH
Comer Asserted :  “THAT THE REAl FUTURE OFEGYPT LIES NOT IN THE DIRECTION         OF A NARROW NATIONALISM,WHICH WILL ONLYE...
Arabs (oriental ) shown to be…. “DEVOID OF ENERGY AND “lETHARGIC AND SUSPIC
Belfour& Comer  described   Orientals   childlike   differentEuropean’s are    ration    virtue    mature
Kissinger point of view     DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CULTURES1- CREATING A BATTLEFRONT THAT SEPERAT2-INVITING WEST TO CONROL AND...
GLIDDEN POINT OF VIEW
Conclu sion
Orientalism
Orientalism
Orientalism
Orientalism
Orientalism
Orientalism
Orientalism
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Orientalism

  1. 1. INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABADORIENTALISM
  2. 2. GROUP 1
  3. 3. ORIENT IS EUROPEAN INVENTION PERCEVIDED B Romance ,Exotic being , haunting memories ,landscapes and remarkable experiences
  4. 4. WesternMisconceptionabout theEAST………
  5. 5. Edward emphasized on “ THE ORIENT’S SPECIAlplace in the Western experience
  6. 6. The first DEFINITION… Said uses for the topic is the academic interpretation The second definition draw to this distinction and clarThe third definition ofOrientalism,using an analysissubstantially more
  7. 7. The third definition ofOrientalism
  8. 8. ORIENT RELATIONSHIP WITH THE WEST
  9. 9. SAID’SInterpretat ion ofOrientalism
  10. 10. -Its is irresponsible to discount The control West exercised over these societies
  11. 11. Said differentiates …TYPES of society and how cultural influence is derived.
  12. 12. A Political society is??A Civil society is ??
  13. 13. …ClOSER TOSolution
  14. 14. 1- Strategic Locatio2- Strategic Format
  15. 15. 3Final reality said calls is Personal Dimensions.
  16. 16. EDWARD QOUTED Gramci SAYING … “The starting point of critical elaboration isthe consciousness of whatone really is, and knowing THY SElF”
  17. 17. Concept of orientalismBRITIAN’S RElATIONSHIP WITH EG
  18. 18. SCOPE OF
  19. 19. -MILITARY AND ECONOMICALLYDOMINANT CULTURE RESULTS IN A DISASTOUR …
  20. 20. BALFOUR POINT OF VIEWIDEA OF INFERIORITY AND SUPERIORITYBRISTISHER’S WITH
  21. 21. Comer Asserted : “THAT THE REAl FUTURE OFEGYPT LIES NOT IN THE DIRECTION OF A NARROW NATIONALISM,WHICH WILL ONLYEMBRACE NATIVE EGYPTIAN BUT RATHER IN THAT OF AN ENlARGED COSMOPOlITANISM “
  22. 22. Arabs (oriental ) shown to be…. “DEVOID OF ENERGY AND “lETHARGIC AND SUSPIC
  23. 23. Belfour& Comer described Orientals childlike differentEuropean’s are ration virtue mature
  24. 24. Kissinger point of view DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CULTURES1- CREATING A BATTLEFRONT THAT SEPERAT2-INVITING WEST TO CONROL AND GOVERN
  25. 25. GLIDDEN POINT OF VIEW
  26. 26. Conclu sion

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