1 edition of Al-Malāmiḥ al-ʻāmmah li-naẓarīyat al-adab al-Islāmī found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-185).
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|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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El-Bishry graduated from the Faculty of Law at in 1953. Besides, he notices the upsurge of publications covering, from Islamic perspectives, a wide spectrum of subjects such as philosophy, economics, and sociology, and expresses the need for a similar perspective on literature. Culture as power producing imagined forms and hypostatisations of abstract beliefs that can reach everyday man is a concept Islamists have not demonstratively procured till then.
He ought to have, somehow, inserted the traditional stance of the Islamic movement that faith transcends nationalism, meaning that the early Muslim rulers of Egypt, companions of the Prophet arriving from Arabia are an exception. […] We hate violence and bloodshed; we love peace, but how can we deal with those who have robbed us of peace, spilled our blood, and deprived us of love, life, hope and freedom?
Works [ ] He was a prolific writer on questions of law, history, and Islamic and social thought:• Other thinkers follow, contributing to the project of formulating a contemporary theory. Such life experience in an artistic form would appear fresh and exciting, offering insights into the mystifications of our public life and complex relations, endowing our existence with knowledge and joy.
career, finding in it, as Iqbal has done with poetry, the best way to express his Weltanschauung. Everybody could benefit from the light of that lamp. His uncle, 'Abd al-'Aziz, was a celebrated writer. 1950 and Henrik Ibsen d. Compared to contemporary Arabic fiction, his work partially fulfills the promises Clifford Edmund Bosworth discerns in other mainstream novels: [They] show many penetrating insights into aspects of contemporary Arab society: in the macrocosm, the splendors and miseries of its adjustment to the larger world, and the counter-movement of its rejection and withdrawal from it.
On the surface, it appears like any mainstream fiction, but scrutiny of the text and its immediate context reveals layers of complexity. Thus, to attain legitimacy it has to evince faith, truth, and justice, an acquirement of essential commitment. The important thing is for the content to be Islamic, and for the ultimate impression on the mind and the heart, as well as the stance taken, to comply with moral values.
Daily Star Egypt February 28, 2009, at the• This article needs additional citations for. Do not forget, my dear, that in this country there is a king, a government, England, and capital; you understand that capital owners can dissolve the government and close down an inconsequential newspaper like ours.
Nothing has changed, the same kind of people, all from the old regime itself. 1914 historical fiction as read by these critics, it will definitely fail to construe the teleology and the spiritual dimensions of its actions; subsequently, literature misses its target of repositioning the recipient in the vicinity of higher ideals.
Biography [ ] El-Bishry was born in .Tarek El-Bishry,21 March 2011, "Egypt's referendum results have set us on the path to rebuild our country on new democratic grounds".
It also has to do with the new, aberrant values that prevail in the new society, which destroy family life […] and pulverize spiritual values.