Mohammed Sabila

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Mohammed Sabila is a Moroccan writer and philosopher who was born in Casablanca. He is the author of several articles and books on politics and culture.

Sabila is professor of philosophy at the Mohammed V University of Rabat, chief editor of the magazine Madarat and president of the Societé de Philosophie du Maroc.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Human rights 1990
  • Ideology 1993
  • Culture and Politics 1995
  • Human Rights and Democracy 1999
  • Modernity and Postmodernity 2000
  • Through Politics, For politics 2000
  • Morocco and Modernity 2000
  • Boudani Brahim, 2003, An Annotated Translation of selected chapters from Mohammed Sabila’s بين الأصولية الحداثة

External links[edit]

  • Qantara.de Interview with Mohammed Sabila. [1] ( first published by the Zeitschrift für Kulturaustausch of Germany's Institute for Foreign Relations in 2005)