About Abdallah Laroui: عبد الله العرويAbdallah Laroui (born , in Azemmour ) (Arabic: عبدالله العروي) is a Moroccan historian and novelist writing i. Abdallah Laroui has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Abdallah Laroui’s most popular book is مفهوم الحرية. Download Audiobooks narrated by Abdallah Laroui to your device. Audible provides the highest quality audio and narration. Your first book is Free with trial!.

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All that hinders democracy from asserting the sovereignty of the people the living people not the people of the dead hinders modernization. To be accepted, or refusedas a whole, there is neither enforcement nor justification, and whoever says the contrary, it is due to hastening and pretension. In this work he analyzed Moroccan nationalism as a case of delayed consciousness and argued that nationalists prefer to hold on to their traditions rather than to see historical reality as it is.

The Lroui of the Maghrib: For Laroui, intellectual Marxism is the easiest and clearest way to grasp the analytical logic of historicism or the workings of history.

Laroui is widely recognized for his contributions to the international debate on Western and Islamic modernity. Fiction, criticism and the creative experience, Alzaman newapaper. He returned to Morocco abrallah write his doctoral dissertation, which he defended in and published in as Les Origines sociales et culturelles du nationalisme marocain, — The social and cultural origins of Moroccan nationalism, — I said this years ago, and attacked me for it whoever attacked me, I repeat it today, and I am sorry for the necessity of repeating.

The first expresses the scientific methodological side of his thought, and the second expresses the social and realistic side. The other side of the methodology of professor Laroui is a ‘Foundational’ one. Moreover, we give up the game of assuming an larouu reality taken as an ideal through which we judge those banners, because we believe that the easiest rout to the soule of any society is the collective of banners of that society.


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A mental system shields reality due to difficulty or impossibly of analyzing such reality. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

It expresses similar motives as Al- bytar [a prominent writer at that time], but it reflected a greater interest in the question of methodology, and used on a wide scale material of Arabic history…in its introduction an explanation of the concept of ideology has been expounded as follows: Many has cited Marx, but for political purposes only, I said that the useful Marx for oaroui is the epitomizer, interpreter and theorizer of the general European thought, which represents modernism in all its manifestations.

He is best known for his advocacy of historicism in a framework of Hegelian and Marxist humanism. For Laroui, contemporary Arab sbdallah is more concerned with the Western world than it is with Islamic ideas.

When I speak about the abdzllah of taking a stance, I mean making a choice between this or that, not enforcing a specific choice.

In particular, he embraces Karl Marx’s thought as a modernist thinker and critical of its problems, in the nineteen’s century. This position goes back to Descartes who is usually referred to as the first foundationalist. We may choose between the style of, say, this economic school or that, but still, there is one basic methodology represents the basis for the ‘science of economics’. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Mind is active by its nature: I say that I write fictions and novels from one side and concept criticism from the other. They differ around the expressions and judgments, but the basic concepts and orientations remain the same, which paved the way for eclectic thinking. There is escalating demand for modernism but the question which besieges us is that did we really fulfilled the conditions for accomplishing modernism? Retrieved April 28, If it became clear that the age of dictation be informed that… as well as the logic of the age of debate if he says the answer is…has been finished through the decline of its material, rational and social base.


The second is to assimilate modernity thought, and realizing it practically. Now we live ‘after’ modernism as if modernism is a fashion; no, now we live in postmodernism, in what country, under what sky.

Books by Abdallah Laroui

I require that we think in an essential point, and that the Moroccans think of it, Morocco is a abdallsh Island. Every thing that hinders political and civic freedom hinders modernization.

He argued that Arab intellectuals and leaders should understand that the underlying processes of history govern all societies and are not specific to any region or civilization. In addition, this duality in the form of writing expresses the dialectic orientation of his thought between reality and ideals, and shows that the ideal, in his view, is not separated from reality but interacts with it in an ascending dialectic. In the second book there is an evolution to a higher level, which defines ‘Ideology’ with respect to the historical role in which it appears.

On he defended successfully his PhD thesis titled: In this respect, he writes, The book ‘contemporary Arabic Ideology’ has been issued on Le Maroc et Hassan II: However, I claim that this is the case any way, whether the concept complete or not, and that the concept used here is imposed upon us as a result of our commitment to contemporary humanity.

A mental image that is not identical to its realistic origin, as a result of inappropriate comprehending tools. Translated by Diarmid Cammell. The epistemological methodology in Laroui’s thought is based on two lines of thought. The Crisis of the Arab Intellectual: Les Presses Inter Universitaires, and Casablanca: The same strategy should secure the same results elsewhere.

What some of intellectuals say; they speak about postmodernism as if we have accomplished modernism.