Mohammed Abed al-Jabri

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Mohammed Abed Al Jabri (Arabic: محمد عابد الجابري‎; 27 December 1935 – 3 May 2010 Rabat) was a contemporary Moroccan critic and professor of philosophy and Islamic thought in Mohammed V University in Rabat. He was also an expert in Arabic and Arabic literature. He is considered to have been one of the major intellectual figures in the contemporary Arab world.[1] He is also known for his academic project "The critique of the Arab Mind". He published several influential books on the Arab philosophical tradition.[2]

Biography[edit]

Jabri was born on 27 December 1935 in Figuig, Morocco.[3] he received a bachelor degree in philosophy from the University of Mohammed V in 1967.[3] He also obtained a PhD in philosophy from the same university in 1970.[3]

Books[edit]

  • Arab-Islamic Philosophy: A Contemporary Critique. Center for Middle Eastern Studies. January 1999. p. 152. ISBN 0-292-70480-1. 
  • Critique de la Raison Arabe - 3 volumes, Beyrouth, 1982.
  • Nous et Notre Passé (Al-Marqaz al-taqafi al-arabi). Lecture contemporaine de notre patrimoine philosophique, 1980.
  • La Pensée de Ibn Khaldoun: la Assabiya et l'État. Grandes lignes d'une théorie Khaldounienne de l'histoire musulmane. Paris: Édima, 1971.
  • Pour une Vision Progressiste de nos Difficultés Intellectuelles et Éducatives. Paris: Édima, 1977.

In English[edit]

  • Democracy, Human Rights and Law in Islamic Thought. I. B. Tauris, 2008 (ISBN 1845117492).
  • The Formation of Arab Reason: Text, Tradition and the Construction of Modernity in the Arab World. I. B. Tauris, 2010 (ISBN 1848850611).

In Arabic[edit]

  • Mas'ala al-Huwiyya: al-ʿUrūba wa-al-Islām...wa-al-Gharb (مسألة الهوية : العروبة والإسلام ... والغرب [The issue of identity: Arabism and Islam..and the West]). Center for Arab Unity Studies, 1995.
  • Ibn Rushd: Sīra wa-Fikr (ابن رشد: سيرة وفكر [Ibn Rushd: life and thought]). Center for Arab Unity Studies, 1998.

Bibliography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ University of Texas Press
  2. ^ Sonja Hegasy, "Mohammed Abed al-Jabri, Pioneering Figure in a New Arab Enlightenment" at Qantara.de, 06 May 2010 [1]
  3. ^ a b c "Mohammed Abed al-Jabri". Ibn Rushd Organization. Retrieved 10 October 2014. 

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