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  • Title: Islam. Religione e Società
  • Author: Mohammed Arkoun Maurice Borrmans Folco Quilici Mario Arosio
  • ISBN: 9788839702869
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Mohammed Arkoun Maurice Borrmans Folco Quilici Mario Arosio

    Professor Mohammed Arkoun Berber Mu emmed Arkun, Arabic , is an Algerian scholar and thinker of Berber descent He was considered to have been one of the most influential secular scholars in Islamic studies contributing to contemporary intellectual Islamic reform In a career of than 30 years, he had been a critic of the tensions embedded in his field of study, advocating Islamic modernism, secularism, and humanism During his academic career, he wrote his numerous books mostly in French, and occasionally in English and Arabic he studied at the Faculty of Literature of the University of Algiers and at the Sorbonne in Paris Agr g in Arabic language and Literature, 1956 and Ph.D 1968 He established his academic reputation with his studies of the history and philosophy of Ibn Miskawayh As he began to consider how one might rethink Islam in the contemporary world, his questioning provided a counterpoint to the predominant interpretations of both the Muslim world and the non Muslim West As the editor of Arabica, he broadened the journal s scope, and played a significant role in shaping Western language scholarship on Islam source He is the author of numerous books in French, English and Arabic, including most recently Rethinking Islam Boulder, Colorado, 1994 , L immigration d fis et richesses Paris, 1998 and The Unthought in Contemporary Islamic Thought London, 2002 2 His shorter studies have appeared in many academic journals and his works have been translated into several languages.He was decorated as an Officer of the French L gion d honneur in July 1996 In 2001, Professor Arkoun was asked to deliver the Gifford Lectures, which enable a notable scholar to contribute to the advancement of theological and philosophical thought and was announced as the recipient of the Seventeenth Georgio Levi Della Vida Award for his lifelong contribution to the field of Islamic Studies.Arkoun taught at the Lyon 2 University 1969 1972 , as a professor at the Paris 8 University, and at the New Sorbonne University of Paris 1972 1992 He was a Fellow at Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin 1986 1987 and 1990 and at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A 1992 1993 , visiting professor at University of California, Los Angeles 1969 , Princeton University 1985 , Temple University, the University of Louvain la Neuve, Wallonia, Belgium, 1977 1979 , the Pontifical Institute of Arabic Studies in Rome and the University of Amsterdam 1991 1993 and served as a jury member for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture At the time of his death he was Emeritus Professor at La Sorbonne as well as Senior Research Fellow and member of the Board of Governors of The Institute of Ismaili Studies IIS , At IIS, he has taught various graduate courses including unthought in contemporary Islamic thought, rethinking Islam, contemporary challenges of Muslim world and traditions for almost a decade.Arkoun died on the evening of September 14, 2010, in Paris 1928 1 , 2 3 1968 1986 1987 1993 .

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