To understand Malek BENNABI's thinking
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Algeria's national independence, the author makes available to readers and users a scientific work considered a contribution to the History and Memory of Algerian intellectuals.
Moreover, this publication is part of a series of texts and books on Malek Bennai (1905-1973), an Arab Muslim thinker on the one hand and Algerian on the other.An electrical engineer, he put forward, during his numerous travels throughout the Arab-Muslim world, observations that he had valued, scientifically, to invent a term in the Social and Human Sciences that the author designates as the paradigm of Bennabian thought: "colonizability".
He is, in fact, the author of a large number of publications of an analytical nature and in the field of reflection and philosophy.
He also wrote a novel.
After higher education in Algeria (Oran and Tlemcen) and in France, the author is a teacher-researcher in Social and Human Sciences, he devotes his time to scientific research within the framework of his research axes (SASHEC), while being a researcher-associate at the Research Center in Social and Cultural Anthropology of Oran.
- Mustapha Guenaou