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About Abdallah Laroui: عبد الله العرويAbdallah Laroui (born , in Azemmour ) (Arabic: عبدالله العروي) is a Moroccan historian and novelist writing i. Abdallah Laroui has 28 books on Goodreads with ratings. Abdallah Laroui’s most popular book is مفهوم الحرية. Download Audiobooks narrated by Abdallah Laroui to your device. Audible provides the highest quality audio and narration. Your first book is Free with trial!.

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The epistemological methodology in Laroui’s thought is based on two lines of thought. Afaq news paper The third obstacle for modernity, in view of Laroui, is the spread believe that the superficial application of the modernist systems is sufficient for accomplishing abdalla transformation.

In the second book there is an evolution to a higher level, which defines ‘Ideology’ with respect to the historical role in which it appears.

Books by Abdallah Laroui (Author of L’histoire du Maghreb )

Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. It is clear what are laroiu consequences of such a cognitive position on every level, the most important is related to the understanding of time and space.

For, in his view, Morocco is far with respect to the karoui, and that it represents an isolated island, he expresses this position in the following dialogue. All that hinders democracy from asserting the sovereignty of the people the living people not the people of larui dead hinders modernization. The collapse of the Berlin wall was not due to the policy of containment, blockade, propaganda as much as to a wise policy of easy term loans, free trade and enhanced cultural exchanges.

It is those, which is related to one of the components of modernity. The Arabic translation of the book has appeared on from Alhaqeqa publishing house. The other side of the methodology of professor Laroui is a ‘Foundational’ one.

Books by Abdallah Laroui

Obstacles of Modernism For Laroui, larooui are several obstacles for modernizing contemporary Arabic societies. Laroui abddallah his conceptions about the future of the Arabic renaissance on two general levels. He received his preliminary and secondary education in Rabat then he left to Sorbonne, Paris where he studied for political science and received the license onand earned a certificate for post-graduate studies onhe also earned the certificate of honorary in Islamic studies on It expresses similar motives as Al- bytar [a prominent abdallxh at that time], but it reflected a greater interest in the question of methodology, and used on a wide scale material of Arabic history…in its introduction an explanation of the concept of ideology has been expounded larouo follows: The Future of Arabic Renaissance Laroui introduces his conceptions about the future of the Arabic renaissance on two general levels.

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A theoretical structure imported from another society, which functions as a model to guide praxis and to be realized within it… We say then that ‘Ideology’, in this use, is the mental image that is not identical to the social base related to it… This identification is characterized by relating the ideology with a specific historical circumstance, and this relation is the basis of historicity which have been outlined in the book ‘Arabs and the historical thought’.

This cannot be through jumping over an epistemological obstacle, an obstacle of accumulation of classical information, in which partial criticism is useless, rather what is useful is to overturn the page, and that is what I abdallha, and still calling, the methodological break I used this expression before it became used in the studies of philosophy of science.

A mental system shields reality due to difficulty or impossibly of analyzing such reality. He criticized the Orientalists who tended to stop with linguistic analysis. We read today books criticizes modernity and depend on it to say that the problematic of modernity has been surpassed, is it true?

I see the same tautology behind the so-called uniqueness of Islam, and during the last two decades my main concern abeallah to unveil it to Muslim audiences. Reason for them all is interpretation, an inclination for the premier and the elementary, it is the reason of the order and the noun, and science is the knowledge of orders.

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Views Read Edit View history. What are the intellectual mechanisms through which the idea of the ‘epistemological break’ with heritage can ahdallah implemented for example replacing Western alphabetic by the Arabic one. For Islamic modernists who struggle to reclaim a sense of authenticity, Laroui’s insistence that the tools of history apply equally and inexorably to Islamic and to all other religious and cultural traditions has been enormously influential.

Autour de la pensee de Abdallah Laroui [Debating Laroui’s theory]. Afaq magazine Methodology With respect to the theoretical side of his abdallab, professor Laroui, while dealing with problems of contemporary Arabic thought, is essentially concerned with the question of the method. It becomes necessary, then, to obtain a new intuition. I continue then the same battle, in different circumstances, using the same language, the same logic….

If it became clear that the age of dictation be informed that… as well as the logic of the age of debate if he says the answer is…has been finished through the decline of its material, rational and social base.

Abdallah Laroui

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The second obstacle, in his view, is the belief – of Arab intellectuals – that it laroii possible to get into postmodernism by surpassing modernism, or taking a critical stance from it.

Laroui urges scholars to study the role of polygamy and the relation between family structure and war in Islamic history, and has argued that historians should specialize not only in history but also in literature, economics, linguistics, philosophy—anything but just history. The year represented a decisive mark in his thought as well as in the Moroccan thought in general.