COLONISABILIT MALEK BENNABI PDF
Abstract: This article examines Malek Bennabi’s concept of civilisation interdisciplinary approach; culture; Muslim countries; colonisability;. This article aims, also, to highlight some basic ideas of Bennabi such as colonialism and colonisability, the ideological conflict, and the role of religion; besides. Malek Bennabi is ranked among the very few who have profoundly and systematically contributed to the debate concerning the issue of.
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This thesis dolonisabilit intended to discuss Malek Bennabi’s singular ideas on “al- Takhalluf”, development and social transformation. He is mostly known for the concept of coloniability which is the inner aptitude of some societies to be colonized Black-African particularly.
This is followed by two appendices containing: Malek Bennabi — Arabic: Thus, their inferiority complex, based on social efficacy, would lead only to pessimism on the psychological level.
He said that Muslims today were in a state of disarray. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.
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A comprehensive bibliography of references used in the thesis follows the conclusion. For a long time, Arab and Muslim writers and intellectuals have not been able to agree on clearly defined causes of “al-Takhalluf” social, cultural and economic retardation in their societies.
This article aims, also, to highlight some basic ideas of Bennabi such as colonialism and colonisability, the ideological conflict, and the role of religion; besides, it calls for embracing his ideas and rendering them alive. Malek Bennabi is ranked among the very few who have profoundly and systematically contributed to the debate concerning bennabbi issue of development.
Staff Students Library Press. In order to satisfy his spiritual and material needs, a Muslim needed to feel that his industry and maleek would find reward. Subjects outside of the University Themes. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Learn how and when to remove these template messages. However, the issue of development continued as a major preoccupation of a large section of Arab and Muslim intellectuals. It demonstrates the singularity, comprehensiveness and profundity of his thought and the success be achieved in diagnosing the phenomenon of “al- Takhalluf” as “deprivation of civilization” rather maelk a consequence of colonialism, ignorance or poverty.
Enriching the society is part of dynamism in Islam. This article, thereby, is an attempt to spot the light on what Bennabi asserted is the initial necessary step to get out from the civilizational crisis, which is to accurately expound the right questions that lie at the heart of it.
He added that ideas influence the life of a given society in two different ways; either they are factors of growth of social life, or on the contrary, the role of factors of contagion, thus rendering social growth rather difficult or even impossible. The essence of the disintegration of the Algerian civilization is of humanitarian nature that lies in the change of the individual.
It also includes recommendations towards a greater consideration of his work in order to reveal its more substantial aspects.
One group attributed it to ignorance and illiteracy, while another lay the blame on colonosabilit lack of technological know-how or colonialism etc. Man, soil raw material and time. As a result of this inferiority, Muslims ascribed this distance to the field of objects.
This page was last edited on 2 Decemberat Yet, due to Mr. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Muslim countries and societies were largely imperialized by the West.
July Learn how and when to remove this template message. A prominent Algerian thinker. Bennabi was born in Constantine, Algeria in From one of his works, Les Conditions de la Renaissancehe defined culture as the mode of being and becoming of a people. The various stages of development in such a society are indeed different forms of colonisabilif intellectual developments. If that system were to change in one way or another, all other social characteristics would follow suit and adapt in the same direction.
In the discourse of this thesis, Malek Bennabi’s ideas will be compared to those expressed by geographers, economists, sociologists, and malej scientists as well as to those specifically advocated by Arab and Muslim intellectuals, with a view to delineate the comprehensiveness of Malek Bennabi’s approach vis-a-vis his predecessors and contemporaries. Therefore, the Arabs and other Muslim countries, especially those that did not possess a great deal of material power, should give more weight to the issue of ideas.
Educated in Paris and Algiers in engineering, he later based himself in Cairowhere he spent much of his time working extensively in the fields of history, philosophy and sociology.