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"Freedom of Contemporary Arab Thoughts": Conference Book

The notion of freedom in Arabic intellectual literature is associated with the establishment of a modern constitutional state since the second half of the nineteenth century and was not presented as an existential concept associated with the devotion, laughter, and artistic and cultural expression of the individual until several decades later.

In that context, the Arab Research and Political Research Center recently published the book of Freedom in Contemporary Arab Thinking, which includes selected research from the Fifth Annual Social and Humanities Conference, held in Doha, March 2015.

The Moroccan researcher and editor of the book, Murad Diani, in his introduction to the book titled "Freedom in Issues", noted that "Fahmi Jadan presented the issue of freedom in the introductory speech of the conference that is appropriate and we should seek, in the sense of freedom and freedom expression, to conclude a conversation about pluralism and recognition. "

In the first part, "The Question of Freedom in the Thought of Renaissance and Contemporary Arabian Intellectual and Philosophical Production" is four chapters. In the first chapter, Ali al-Kailani discusses "the discussion of freedom and equality in the balance of thoughts of the Arab Renaissance". Al-Munaji al-Sarabaji asks in the third chapter, "What Does It Mean? Think about Freedom in the Arab World?" While Chapter 4 is titled "Freedom of the Philosophical Concept in Contemporary Arab Thought: Exploring the Conditions of Freedom of Mind" Abdel Razzak Belakrouza.

The second part, titled "Freedom of the Individual and Politics of Recognition in Contemporary Arab Thought", consists of three chapters: the first is titled "Freedom and Obstacles of Action: Establishing the Liberal Concept of Freedom in Arabic Thinking" Raje Bahloul and "Politics of Recognition and Freedom: current "Mohannada Mustafa and" Individual Freedom in Changing World: An Individual Against the Society "Abdul Latif Al-Dati.

The third part, "Liberalism in the Approaches of Modern Arab Freedom Thinking," also includes three chapters: "Freedom of Freedom: Freedom of the Economy and Liberalization in Arab Modernist Conflict" Abdel Wahaba Al-Afandija and "Freedom in Arabic Thoughts and Practices from the Rozzian Perspective of Social Justice as Equality "Uriah and" The Question of Liberal Freedom in the Arab Context: The Renaissance Experience as a Model "for Praising Fouad Abdullah.

In the fourth section, "Religious Freedom and Freedom of the Faith", there are three chapters: "Religious Freedom and Murder: an Introduction to Judicial Justice Thinking" Mu'tafa al-Khatib and "Freedom of Religion in the Arab World: Freedom of Social Representation, between cultural culture and popular culture: from steel Hallaja to execution of Mahmoud Mohammed Tahe "Mohsen Youssef Abdel Jalil.

"The state of modern freedom in Arab countries: the crisis of Arab ideological thoughts in understanding the historically possible model" Sahib al-Habib, "Absence of Freedom in the Arab World Means" Ahmed Mafleh, and "Politically Free Enthusiasts" Frederick Matouq.

In the sixth section, "Modern Freedom of Access Models", there are three chapters: "Freedom in the Writings of Rashid Ghannouchi: A Study of Formality and Originality" Ali Al-Saleha Mawle, "The Question of Freedom in Rashid Ghannouchi's and Moncef Al-Marzouqi's Shakers" Shaker Al- Evolution of the Concept of Freedom through Heritage Project and Innovation by Hassan Hanafi "for Nabi Bouali.

The second part, titled "Freedom and Space of Intellectual and Creative Production", contains two chapters, and in Chapter 20 Muhammad Marini discusses "Freedom of Freedom and Media Censorship in Modern Arab Thinking" and "Socio-cultural Approach to Freedom of Expression in Interactive Creativity ".

In the eighth section, "Questions of Political and Constitutional Legitimacy, National Liberation and Freedom of Women", four chapters are: "The Significance of the Destination of Freedom on Political Legitimacy in Islam" Mohammed El-Hajj Mohamed: Freedom and Liberalism in the Colonial Context: Alger Case Idris; "Moroccan Constitution in the First Decade of the 20th Century and Separation of Power" Khalid Al-Assiri and "Women's Freedom in Morocco in the Light of Debate: Between Islamic References and International Packs" by Ibrahima Qadrija Bouchech.

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