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Eminent Names of Modern Arabic Thought

 

    This list is also a preliminary one, and it depends on our conception of the term "Modern Arabic Thought". For this thought, especially during the nineteen century, before the appearance of the concept of "Arabic Nationalism", represents Islamic thought. The list is in a chronological order according to the priority of appearance in the modern Arab-Islamic thought.

  1. Alsheikh Rafa'a Altahtawi (1801-1873).

  2. Khayer Aldeen Altunisy (1830-1889).

  3. Alsheikh Jamal Eldin Alafghany (1838-1897).

  4.  Alsheikh Muhammad Abduh (1849-1905).

  5. Shibly Shmayel (1850-1917).

  6. Abdolrahman Alkawakeby (1854-1902).

  7. Kassem Amin (1863-1908).

  8. Ahmad Lotfi Elsayyed (1872-1963).

  9. Farah Anton (1874-1922).

  10.  Mustafa Abdolrazeq (1885-1947).

  11. Ahmad Amin (1886-1954).

  12. Salama Mousa (1887-1958).

  13. Muhammad Hussein Heikal (1888-1956).

  14. Aly Abdolrazeq (1888-1966).

  15. Abd al Hamid Ben Badis  (1889-1940).

  16. Taha Hussein (1889-1973).

  17. Abbas Mahmoud El'Akkad (1889-1964).

  18. Isma'eel Mazhar(1891-1962).

  19. Alsheikh Mahmoud Shaltout (1893-1963).

  20. Malek ben Nabi (1905-1973).

  21. Othman Amin (1905-1987).

  22. Zaki Naguib Mahmoud (1905-1993).

  23. Allal Al-Fassi (1910-1974).

  24. Michael Aflaq (1910-1989).

  25. Abdol-rahman Badawi (1917-2002).

  26. Mohammed Aziz Lehbaby (1922-1993).

  27. Edward Said (1935-2003).