Introduction. Ideological thought and practice in the Arab region; 1. Retreat from secularism in Arab nationalist and socialist thought; 2. A more inclusive Islamism? The Wasatiyya trend; 3. Framing a cross-ideological alliance; 4. The Egyptian movement for change: intellectual antecedents and generational conflicts; 5. Yemen's joint meeting parties: origins and architects; Conclusion. Ideological rapprochement, accommodation, transformation - and their limits.
'Brower's study deserves praise for its engagement with religious and political thought discourses in both English and the original Arabic. The sheer number of Arabic language works consulted isRead more...
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