10th Issue: Summer 2010



Abier Bushnaq
English German ArabicMethodical Introduction into the Study of Arab-Islamic Thought in the Middle Ages 

Muhammad Ahmad az-Zoebi  – Syria/Germany
ArabicWhy Scientific Thinking has Failed in Modern Arab Thought

Abd ar-Razzaq Id – Syria/France
ArabicProgressive Thought in Contemporary Islam – A Critical Approach

Christian W. Troll – Germany
ArabicThe Arab Critical Discourse – Between the Heritage Integration and the Horizon of Interpretation

Khalid Slaiki – Morocco
EnglishIgniting the Arab Scientific Revolution

Edgar Choueiri – Lebanon/USA
EnglishSecularization of Arab Thought: Towards Dividing Logic and Religion – Germany

Sonia Hegasy – Germany
GermanStatement by Nabil Bushnaq, Founder and Honorary Chairman of the Ibn Rushd Fund in Commemoration of the Death of al-Mohammed Abed al-Jabri at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin (30.06.2010)

Nabil Bushnaq – Palestine/Germany
Is Capitalism the End of History? On Occasion of Awarding the Economist Prof. Dr. Samir Amin the Ibn Rushd Prize for Freedom of Thought in Berlin

Kadhim Habib – Iraq/Germany
ArabicEdwad Said: Boundless Humanism

Hazim Khairy  – Egypt
Edward Said: The intellectual Cosmopolitan and his multidimensional Character

Abdallah Tourkmani – Syria/Tunisia
The East in German Literature of the 19th Century – The Tragedy of “Almansour” as Example

Sarjoun Karam – Lebanon/Germany
ArabicAn Appreciation of Heinrich Heine’s Drama „Almansor“

Tawfiq Dawani – Palestine/Germany

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial