Contemporary Arab Thought : Studies In Post-1967 Arab Intellectual History / by Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi'.

First comprehensive book on the history and development of Arab philosophy, tackling major issues and key thinkers.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Abu-Rabi', Ibrahim M.
Format: Electronic
Published: London : Pluto Press, 2003.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword by Ghada Talhami; Preface; Introduction; Part One: Themes; 1. The Scope and Limitation of Post-1967 Arab Thought; 2. Contemporary Arab Intellectual Trends; 3. Secularism and its Hazards: The Recent Debate in the Arab World; 4. Contemporary Arab Philosophical Views of Secularism; 5. Formation of Contemporary Identities: Nationalism and Islamism in Contemporary Arab Thought; 6. Traditional Values, Social Change, and the Contemporary Arab Personality; 7. Globalization: A Contemporary Islamic Response?
  • 8. Contemporary Arab Thought and GlobalizationPart Two: Thinkers; 9. Rāshid al-Ghannūshī and the Questions of Sharī'ah and Civil Society; 10. Muslim Self-Criticism in Contemporary Arab Thought: The Case of Shaykh Muhammad al-Ghazālī; 11. Islam and Muslims in Crisis; 12. Towards a Critical Arab Reason: The Contributions of Muhammad 'Ābid al-Jābīrī; 13. Towards Modern Arab Reason; 14. Costantine Zurayk and the Search for Arab Nationalism; 15. Mahdī 'Āmil and the Unfinished Project of Arab Marxist Philosophy; 16. Abdallah Laroui: From Objective Marxism to Liberal Etatism; 17. Conclusions; Notes.