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La Naksa del 1967 e la crisi degli intellettuali arabi: la lettura gramsciana di Ibrahim Abu Rabi'
Although Antonio Gramsci considered religion as a primitive form of culture, the Palestinian historian Ibrahim Abu Rabi', professing to walk in his footsteps, emphasized on the contrary the positive role of Islam and the potential hegemonic function of Muslim intellectuals. In the broad framework of the Arab intellect predicament after the naksa of 1967 until the today failed "Arab springs", Abu Rabi' discussed, among others, Muhammad al-Ghazali's and Muhammad al-Jabiri's thought. In Gramsciandoi:10.14276/2531-9582.2152 fatcat:fyzopyiuurhmrbpdqwnxnholfu