مجلة مشكلات الحضارة
Volume 2, Numéro 2, Pages 51-69
الكاتب : علي بودربالة .
The contemporary Arab-Islamic discourse can be seen through its historical form and evolution His contexts have gone through gradual stages dictated by the feelings of having to rise internally and confront each other and its imitations externally, this speech, which has become known in its entirety and comprehensiveness in our contemporary Arab reality In the Renaissance discourse, is not originally a single unified discourse in terms of problems and mechanisms of treatment in terms of statements and concepts and even even interim goals, if the speech of the first generation of the founders have been dominated by the idea of comparison and approach between the Arab-Islamic self and the Western one and that the discourse of the second generation focused on reform issues so that it was filled with the problem of reconciling the inherent Islamic heritage and the intruder in that he thought Ghazi on the one hand and the thought of rising on the one hand Again, the third-generation discourse has broken apart and founded a discourse of identity or preservation self. The speech of the fourth generation was known as criticism and reconstruction of the discourse of the Renaissance Arab Islamic in general and with knowledge tools and intellectual curricula that were not available in any of the previous trends and speeches The new Arab-Islamic critical discourse has ideological and philosophical orientations and doctrines.
discourse -Renaissance -Islamic heritage....
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موفق رياض نواف مقدادي
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