Skip to product information
1 of 1

Fanaticism and its pests: the waste of homelands and the usurpation of man

Fanaticism and its pests: the waste of homelands and the usurpation of man

Regular price €15,99 EUR
Regular price Sale price €15,99 EUR
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
    Apple Pay Google Pay Klarna Visa SOFORT Mastercard American Express PayPal Maestro EPS iDEAL Bancontact

Mostafa Hegazy

This work attempts to study our reality from a perspective different from the traditional approaches that were followed throughout the twentieth century. He searches for what is hidden or ignored in the conditions of this reality in terms of methodology. By that, we mean researching the deep structures that have not been affected by change, during most of the projects for building national entities, development programs, and human and urban renaissance. Therefore, these great efforts did not achieve all that was hoped for. On the contrary, the current Arab scene highlights a state of inactivity, if not regression. By deep structures, we mean the continued entrenchment of the triad of fanaticism, fundamentalist jurisprudence, and tyranny in the socio-political structures, which, in our opinion, constitute the greatest obstacle to building unifying national entities, and the completion of major production renaissance projects undertaken by all and for the benefit of all.
This trio does not recognize a comprehensive national entity that transcends it. Rather, it devours it and makes it its own. Nor is it concerned with liberating man and building his might, but with his following and loyalty to it.
Recognizing the human being, empowering him, and unleashing his energies for development and giving are the basis of every inclusive national productive project. This is what all the modern revitalizations, east and west, teach us, which were able to confront the scourge of this tripartite and worked to eliminate it.
On the practical level, this work is a continuation of both "the psychology of the oppressed" and "the wasted man" on the individual level, in diagnosing our reality, leading to finding ways to build a renaissance and occupy a position on the world stage.

About the book:
Cover: plain cardboard
Number of pages: 272 pages
Size: 17 * 24 cm
Weight: 434 grams
Book Cover: Paperback
Department: Science and Nature
Publishing house: Arab Cultural Center

Search words:
Al-Hijazi - fanaticism - homelands - homeland - homeland - and its destruction - its destruction - its destruction - and its alienation - the human being
View full details