Tradition in contemporary Arabic political discourse
Introduction: Contemporary Arabic-Islamic political discourse can be classified under three broad group headings: the Islamists, the apologists and the ‘intellectuals’.1 Central to these groups’ discourses is a disagreement about what the Arabic-Islamic (medieval) tradition stands for, and how and which of its components (religious and philosophical) are to be accorded relevance in socio-political discourse and life. In this paper, I survey a sample of views and arguments of a number of...[Show more]
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