Mohammed Allal Sinaceur
|Mohammed Allal Sinaceur|
Mohammed Allal Sinaceur (born 1941) is a Moroccan philosopher, politician and writer. He was the Moroccan Minister for Cultural Affairs.
Sinaceur was born in eastern Morocco at Oujda in 1941. He is a member of a well connected Moroccan family. His brother Mohamed Habib Sinaceur, a politician, died in 2000. One of his brothers is a General and another, Jamal Eddine Sinaceur, is a diplomat. He was the Moroccan Minister for Cultural Affairs in 1994.
He writes on philosophy and Islamic issues for UNESCO and some of his works have been translated into over 30 languages. He is called to expert meetings on Education.
He has been writing since at least 1977.
His works include
- Aristote aujourd'hui : études réunies ... à l'occasion du 2300e anniversaire de la mort du philosophe, 1988 in French
- Cours de philosophie positive, with Auguste Comte, Ed, 1998 in French
- The Hassan II mosque, with Philippe Ploqui
- Librairie dialogues.fr, Mohammed Allal Sinaceur  (retrieved 2012)
- Interview with Mr Mohammed Allal Sinaceur, Minister of Cultural Affairs: M Sinaceur: "We lack creators", L'Economiste, In French, 17 November 1994
- The Philosophical dimension of current problems in regard to science and technology, Meeting of Experts on Philosophical Investigation of the Conditions for Endogenous Development of Science and Technology; Kathmandu; 1979 United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development (UNCSTD); Vienna; November 1979
- Mohanned Allal Sinaceur, UNESDOC, UNESCO, accessed October 28, 2012
- Sinaceur, Allal, WorldCat, accessed 28 October 2012