Iles d Imesli
Volume 8, Numéro 1, Pages 17-22
Auteurs : Haddadou Mohand Akli .
Agzul Tamuɣli tafelsafit n Belaid At-Ɛli tuɣ-d aẓar deg wansayen n tmurt n Leqbayel. Tettban-d amzun akken d timuɣli tuẓmikt, ur neddi ara d zzman n win i tt-id-yennan. Di tilawt, nettat, tga d timenna n wayen akk yesɛedda bab-is d lḥif. Tujjmiwin n wayen yezrin, ɣas ttbanent-as-d d ayen yesnefsusin ɣef wul-is, uɣalen-as diɣen amzun d lḥebs. Abstract Nourished from the traditions of the terroir, the philosophy of Belaïd Ait-Ali gives the impression of being childish, even retrograde. In fact, caught up in the ages of time, confronted with the duplicity of men, he only expresses his anxieties before a world that has spared him no suffering. Nostalgia for the past is for him both a refuge but also a prison that locks him in his dreams and prevents him from becoming aware of his condition.
Pensée philosophique, oeuvre littéraire, conception du monde, la nostalgie du temps
Mohand Saidi Saida
El Adak Mustapha