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Malek Bennabi and his modern Islamic thought. by Adnan Khalil Basha

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Politics.

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  Bin Nabi, Malik. (d.). Algerian thinker and writer. Wrote over twenty books on Islamic, cultural, societal, and developmental issues. Produced all his books. Malek (Malik) Bennabi played a considerable role in the development of Islamic political, cultural, and religious thought and discourse during the 20th century.   Malek Bennabi is considered one of the most remarkable intellectuals in modern Islamic History, his rich educational background thru traditional Islamic schools such as Kuttabs and Madrassas and also his European style education thru French schools allowed him to develop an understanding of two different worlds (The developed world and the. Malek Bennabi and his modern Islamic thought – University of Salford Institutional Repository. In underdeveloped countries, which were still within the sphere of influence of the superpowers, arms and oil revenues were no longer sufficient to support that influence. About the Book Vocation de L’Islam was written in , but published in , just on the eve of the algerian revolution, the book, probably the most important of Bennabi’s writings, presents an incisive and quite original analysis of the crisis facing the muslim as well as the western world, the author’s masterly exposition of the twin phenomena of colonisibilite and colonisation makes.