John Paul Sartre, Paris discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks


Now, in the absence of a slam strategic framework and an Islamic normative reference in Islamic intellectual framework, then it is only inevitable in the absence of these frameworks that instead of engaging with the left and the right, we're going to be subordinated to the left and the right. Again, because there is no vision. There is no point of reference. There's no frame of reference and so forth. So I think part of HD had she had that we need today is to begin to think about, okay, what is the identity structure of Islam? What are the commitments of the Muslim? What are the policy preferences? And what are the strategic preferences of the Muslim? And I think if she had, you know, is literally part and parcel part of this process of identifying those commitments and identifying what is strategically in favorable to the Muslim world. Is there anything in closing that you wanted to discuss that we didn't talk yet on this show? Regarding yes, of course, this article is there something that because I really, really want people to read it. After having this backdrop, but this is a really, really, really important article. I think for Muslim, just to understand where they are, you know what I'm saying? Sometimes you don't know that the very framework that we're operating from is not going to bring us any type of progress or what type of progress and what is progress, right? I think essentially what also you're referring to in here is a certain type. Everyone has this need to progress, right? Exactly. So I think one of the key things that we need to reclaim a key, a key. Fact about what it means to be a Muslim, right? Or more so, what it means to be a human being. So human beings are distinguished from other beings because they have the capacity of choice. They have the capacity to choose. So John Paul Sartre, who is a French existentialist when the Germans invaded Paris, he came out with an article which.

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