El eterno retorno de la Asabiyyah. Ibn Jaldún y la teología política contemporánea

  • Giovanni Patriarca Visiting ProfessorPontificio Ateneo Regina Apostolorum (Roma)
Palabras clave: Ciencia politica, Historia de la filosofía islámica, Historia del pensamiento económico, Filosofía de la historia, Filosofía comparada, Teología política .

Resumen

Los profundos cambios geopolíticos de las últimas décadas, el papel destabilizador de  las “primaveras árabes”, el proceso en curso de reestructuración del Oriente Medio han desviado la atención general hacia el pensamiento político islámico. En un contexto de crisis y desorientación, el concepto de la asabiyyah y una lectura contemporánea de la filosofía de Ibn Jaldún son fondamentales en el nombre de una interpretación moderna de la teología política clásica.

Biografía del autor/a

Giovanni Patriarca, Visiting ProfessorPontificio Ateneo Regina Apostolorum (Roma)

Giovanni Patriarca (1975) ha estudiado Ciencias Políticas en la Università di Camerino y Filosofía en la Pontificia Universidad Lateranense. Ha obtenido el Diploma de Estudios Islámicos en el Pontificio Instituto de Estudios Árabes e Islámicos-P.I.S.A.I. y el Doctorado en Filosofía en el Pontificio Ateneo Regina Apostolorum de Roma. Ha sido becario del DAAD en la Humboldt Universität de Berlin y ha llevado a cabo diversas investigaciónes en diferentes instituciones académicas internacionales. Ganó el premio Novak en 2012.

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14-01-2019
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Patriarca, G. (2019). El eterno retorno de la Asabiyyah. Ibn Jaldún y la teología política contemporánea. Daimon Revista Internacional De Filosofia, (76), 139-153. https://doi.org/10.6018/daimon/281091
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