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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Cultural Lesson Between (Dialectic Enlightenment) And (Mythologies)

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AUTHOR(S)

Haider Fawzi Muhammad Ali Wasmi

 

KEYWORDS

Cultural diversity, Osmosis, Cognitive, Marxist theory, Dialectical

 

ABSTRACT

The research attempts to provide a functional structure based on the principle of cultural diversity, and between the participating osmosis areas that dealt with the cultural lesson, and lit up many institutional (cognitive) and (cultural) rebellions. It also examines the effects of the procedural presentation of cultural criticism by examining two blogs among the most important cultural symbols in the cultural lesson if they are not really the most important. He intends to make an implicit comparison between two cultures (German and French), and review the reception of critical theory and work circles within its borders, and the resulting approaches and methodologies between (the Enlightenment Controversy) and (myths), then reveals the burden of Marxist theory of structural structure as an inevitable consequence of the theory's developments within the curricula closed to its structure and openness On the self. Controversy over Enlightenment (philosophical fragments) and the concept of the term the book is considered one of the most important sources of the cultural lesson, if not the most important. Depending on the nature of the material and the treatment, we can divide the book into two main sections, after two presenters to the authors, one of which is written (1944) and the addition of a text in the year (1947). It represents the first edition of the book and the second (1969) through an introduction to the Arabic translation composed (1).

 

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Margins
[1] The following P here does not mean an organization or Alantza m in one place, and the topics came in a dialectical structure.
Seen: Enlightenment Controversy, Philosophical Nuggets: Max Horkheimer-Theodore F. Adorno, Ter: Dr. George Katturah, The New United House House, I / 2006.
[2] Seen: The Controversial Enlightenment: 13
(3) See) M.N: 13
(4) See M.N: 16
(5) The controversy began over the meaning of the Enlightenment in the eighteenth century, and his words exceeded in German, French and Italian, and the most famous definitions were the ones mentioned in the article (Kant), as he said, “It is the salvation of a person from Samjath who brought him to himself using his mind without distorting it. Intolerance and without directing others ... (that a person has the courage to know this is the essence of the Enlightenment.) The Enlightenment: Dorinda Outram, see: Dr. Majed Morris Ibrahim, Dar Al-Farabi, first edition / 2008: 57, and it looks like: Soul of Lights: Tzwan Todorov, Arabization: Hafiz Wadda Muhammad Ali, Publishing House, Tunis, 1/1/2007: 129-132.
(6) Seen: Controversial Enlightenment: 16
(7) The controversy when Hegel is "a logical development that requires an alliance between the two contradictory states and their meeting in a third case, and this development, which is the evolution of thought and existence together, the three pillars: the first is this case or the like, and the second antithesis of the issue or theft, confirmation Third, it is the synthesis between the two opposing views, and combining them into one opinion higher than them. Philosophical Dictionary: Dr. Jamil Saliba, Volume 1, Publications of Dhu Al-Kura, First Edition, 393: 1385, and witnessed: The Philosophical Dictionary, Academy of the Arabic Language, Cairo, 1983: 60
(8) See) M.: 16
(9) See) M.n: 17
[10 pm. N: 18
(11) See: Controversial enlightenment: 23
(12) Looking at: M.N: 24
(13) Consider: M.N: 27
[14] M.N .: 28
[15] See): Controversial Enlightenment: 29.
(16) Looking at: M.N: 30.
(17) See: M.N .: 30.
(18) Seen): M.n.: 30--. 31.
(19) Sen): Contemporary literary theory: Raman Selden, see Saeed Al-Ghanmi, Arab Foundation for Studies and Publishing, Beirut, first edition, 1996: 65.
(20) See: Frankfurt School of British Cultural Studies, The Missing Form: Douglas Keelner, see Karam Abu Shali, Chapters of Literary Criticism (Cultural Criticism), The Egyptian General Book Authority, Volume (25/3), (p. 99) Spring 2017: 249.
[21] M.n: 250
(22) The Masked God, A Study on the Tragic View of Pascal's Ideas and Racine Theater: Lucien Goldman, T: Aziza Ahmed Saeed, Mora: Anwar Magith, National Center for Translation, Creativity of the Story Series, p. (2216), i 1, Cairo, 2015. Structuralism appears in Marxist thought as an imperative necessity that has emerged with Frankfurt or with Goldman or others, and I suspect that intellectual currents in Paris are what precipitated their emergence at the hands of Goldman.
[23] See): Controversial Enlightenment: 46.
(*) From now on, I will refer to the book of Enlightenment Controversy, Philosophical Fragments (Controversy) in parentheses so as not to mix with the use of Controversy in its philosophical concept.
(24) Controversial Enlightenment: 51.
(25) See: M.N .: 51.
(26) The veil god: 15.
[27] See: The Enlightenment Controversy: 57
(28) Looking at: M.N: 57
[29] M.N: 67.
[30] M.N: 73.
[31] See: The Enlightenment Controversy: 115.
(32) See: M.N .: 142.
(33) See: M.N: 158.
(34) See: M.N .: 161.
(35) See: M.N .: 167
(36) See) M.n: 194 - 195.
[37] See): Controversial Enlightenment: 197.
[38] M.N: 201
[39] M.N: 204
[40] Controversial Enlightenment: 236.
[41] See M.N .: 242
(42) Seen: The veiled God: 425 and 547
[43] Astoria: Roland Barthes, see: Tawfiq Jarira, Murr: Naji Al-Anla, Jamal Publications, Beirut - Baghdad, 70101018.
(44) A theatrical play in Roland Barth (a preliminary approach to the mechanisms of seeing the Al-Barata theater): Yassin Soleimani, the chapters of the magazine (cultural criticism), volume (3/25), p. (99), Spring 2017: 606.
(45) Legend: 8.
(46) See: Words and Things: Michel Foucault: See: Mutaa Al-Safadi and others, Dar Al-Farabi, National Development Center, Beirut - Lebanon, second edition, 2013: 355.
(47) Myth: 9
[48] M.N .: 13.
[49] Legend: 69.
[50] See: M.N .: 166
[51] M.N .: 155
[52] See: M.N .: 7-9.
[53] Legend: 76-80
(54) See: M.N .: 66-69
(55) Myth: 233
[56] See M.N .: 234.
[57] M.N: 239
[58] See M.N .: 239
[59] See) Astoria: 244
[60] See: M.n: 246
[61] See: M.N .: 264.
[62] The misery of theoretical, structural, and theoretical literature: Leonard Jackson, see: Thaer Deeb, Dar Al-Farqad Syria - Damascus, 2nd edition, 2008: 19.