By Halil Inalcik

This significant contribution to Ottoman heritage is now released in paperback in volumes: the unique unmarried hardback quantity (CUP 1995) has been extensively acclaimed as a landmark within the examine of 1 of the main enduring and influential empires of recent instances. The authors offer a richly specific account of the social and financial historical past of the Ottoman area, from the origins of the Empire round 1300 to the eve of its destruction in the course of global conflict One. The breadth of variety and the fullness of insurance make those volumes crucial for an realizing of latest advancements in either the center East and the post-Soviet Balkan international.

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An Economic and Social History of the Ottoman Empire, vol. 1, 1300-1600

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201–2). 58. G. Runciman, ‘The Old Question’, London Review of Books, 19 February 1987, p. 7. 59. Parsons, Societies: Evolutionary and Comparative Perspectives, p. 9; Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol. 1, p. 30. 60. Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol. 1, p. 503. 61. S. Mill, A System of Logic (London, Longmans, 1843), Book 6, Ch. 7. 62. See her study of France, China and Russia in Skocpol, States and Social Revolution, p. 36. Social Power and Historical Sociology 27 63. Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol.

1, p. 341. 66. , p. 346. 67. As Perry Anderson comments, ‘there was a good deal more enforcement of it [normative pacification] in Abbasid or T’ang lands than in the world of Charles the Bald’ (‘Those in Authority’, p. 1406). 68. Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol. 1, pp. 347–8. 69. For a fuller discussion of the position of non-Muslims under the Ottomans, see K. Karpat, ‘Structural Change, Historical Stages of Modernisation and the Role of Social Groups in Turkish Politics’, in K. J. Brill, 1973), pp.

Mann, ‘The Autonomous Power of the State’, pp. 188–9. , pp. 201–2). 58. G. Runciman, ‘The Old Question’, London Review of Books, 19 February 1987, p. 7. 59. Parsons, Societies: Evolutionary and Comparative Perspectives, p. 9; Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol. 1, p. 30. 60. Mann, Sources of Social Power, Vol. 1, p. 503. 61. S. Mill, A System of Logic (London, Longmans, 1843), Book 6, Ch. 7. 62. See her study of France, China and Russia in Skocpol, States and Social Revolution, p. 36. Social Power and Historical Sociology 27 63.

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