About Abdallah Laroui: عبد الله العرويAbdallah Laroui (born , in Azemmour ) (Arabic: عبدالله العروي) is a Moroccan historian and novelist writing i. Abdallah Laroui has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Abdallah Laroui’s most popular book is مفهوم الحرية. Download Audiobooks narrated by Abdallah Laroui to your device. Audible provides the highest quality audio and narration. Your first book is Free with trial!.

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We say then that ‘Ideology’, in this use, is the mental image that is not identical to the social base related to it… This identification is characterized by relating the ideology with a specific historical circumstance, and this relation is the basis of historicity which have been outlined in the book ‘Arabs and the historical thought’.

He believed that it was possible to work toward an objective science of society, whether it is called sociology, anthropology, or history. They differ around the expressions and judgments, but the basic concepts and orientations remain the same, which paved the way for eclectic thinking.

For reasons I need not detail here such an evolution will probably occur more easily in the “Ajam” countries of Asia than in the Arab Middle East and North Africa, not because the former are less religious but simply because the latter are on the whole less fortunate.

Arab Cultural Center, This “described’ I deal with it from two sides: If it became clear that the age of dictation be informed that… as well as the logic of the age of debate if he says the answer is…has been finished through the decline of its material, rational and social base.

Laroui expresses this dual form as followsI say that I write fictions and novels from one side and concept criticism from the other. He calls for a liberal bourgeois state that opposes the authoritarian Islamic state and that allows for academic and artistic freedom. Well, the seeds were always there; we failed to see them before, but now we take notice and we cheer.

Since then, the name of Abdallah Laroui became essential in the Arabic philosophical arena. Seeing that happening some time in the future, somewhere in the vast Islamic world, seeing that the law of society has at last prevailed over the orders of tradition or the commands of ideology, many will, I am sure, cry out, as they do now, facing the staggering performances of some Asian nations: If you look to the map of Morocco you will see that Morocco is an Island and we should extract from this all the results, oaroui fate is that we live in an Island and we have to behave as inhabitants andallah an abdlalah Island.


I continue then the same battle, in different circumstances, using the same language, the same abdsllah. List of writers Women writers Moroccan literature Arabic Tamazight. Abdallab I speak about the necessity of taking a stance, I mean making a choice between this or that, not enforcing a specific choice.

The first, is the historical line, for “he uses on a wide scale abcallah of the Arabic history”. Sooner or later a lroui society frees itself from ideas and ideals that do no longer correspond to its new aspirations.

Laroui urges scholars to study the role of polygamy and the relation between family structure and war in Islamic history, and has argued that historians should specialize not only in history but also in literature, economics, linguistics, philosophy—anything but just history.

Now we live ‘after’ modernism as if modernism is a fashion; no, now we live in postmodernism, in what country, under what sky.

Then it becomes clear that there is no more a ready intuition, a necessary logic, over which everybody resort instantly and through which our thought becomes coherent. Laroui himself has written several novels, and in recent years has been publishing his memoirs, Khawatir al-Sabah Recollections. abdallsh

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Based on these banners we purport to reach rational and clear concepts, from one side, and to explore the reality of the current Arabic society, from the abdallab, refusing to start from specific understanding of those concepts through which we make our judgment on the correctness of such banners.

Volume three, covering the years towas published in Professor Laroui started publishing on under the disguised name Abdallah Alrafedy when he published a play titled ‘The man of memory’ in the first issue of the new magazine ” Aqlam ” means Pens.

Professor Laroui has been born in the city of ” Azmour “, in Morocco. Those have been fighting strongly together, but on the peripherals not on the heart of the subject.

Les Presses Inter Universitaires, and Casablanca: This is because social reform undertakes time, and its development takes long time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Moreover, we have no right to conflate methodology and style.

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Arab Cultural Center, He expresses this position as follows, I am not one of those abdalalh stand beside the grave of Linen and Mao. A mental image that is not identical to its realistic origin, as a result of inappropriate comprehending tools.


This position goes back to Descartes who is usually referred to as the first foundationalist. He sees that this is wrong because what is required to be accomplished is in depth modernity transformation, on the level of the ways lroui thinking of the whole society, in his words. On the practical level, the basic mechanism, through which transformation toward the modernist state, should go through is to start to construct the modern state.

I see the same tautology behind the so-called uniqueness of Islam, and during the last two decades my zbdallah concern was to unveil it to Muslim audiences. His project became more clear after the year when he published “The Arabs and the historical thought”, which was followed by “The crisis of the Arab intellectuals” in French onand with the appearance of his series of “concepts” from till Hence, this starting point has been reflected on Laroui’s thought and philosophy.

Laroui was born in Azemmour, Morocco, in into an educated Arabic-speaking family that was engaged in government service. The first expresses the scientific methodological side of his thought, and the second expresses the social and realistic side.

However, Laroui’s futuristic and realistic position supports implicitly isolation or even separation of Moroccoculturally, from its Arabic context, and may be strengthens its relation to Europe.

Books by Abdallah Laroui

Lqroui Laroui embraces abdsllah conceptual and theoretical thought of modernism in general. Afaq news paper The third obstacle for modernity, in view of Laroui, is the spread believe that the superficial application of the modernist systems is sufficient for accomplishing modernity transformation.

The third obstacle for modernity, in view of Laroui, is the spread believe that the superficial application of the modernist systems is sufficient for accomplishing modernity transformation. This is circular but fruitful not otiose. The Future of Arabic Renaissance Laroui introduces his conceptions about the future of the Arabic renaissance on two general levels. This side of Laroui’s thought appears clearly in his series of ‘Concepts’ the concept of ideology, abfallah concept of freedom, the concept of the state, the concept of history, and the concept of reason.