The great Arab scholar passed away last week. Together with other philosophers, especially Laroui and al-Jabri, he provided a major contribution to framing modernity as a human achievement to which Arab tradition could countribute.
- Though beloved by Sufis and sultans, Üsküdar was not spared the ground-shaking reforms of the 19th and 20th centuries. In the second half of our history, we look at how Istanbul’s ‘holy land’ has fared in its two-century tryst with modernity.
- Turkish intellectual Cengiz Aktar speaks to ResetDOC in the wake of Hagia Sophia’s conversion into a mosque by Erdogan’s government
- A journey inside the evolving relation between the State, the Orthodox Church and society in post-Syriza (and post-troika) Greece
- After publishing an “intellectual chart” of reformers in Islam in our magazine Reset in Italian, with its last issue ResetDoC.org has offered its English-speaking readers a first compass to navigate those encouraging dialogue in the Muslim world, with a closer examination of three great thinkers: Abdou FIlali-Ansary, Abdolkarim Soroush and Muhammad Talbi. Here two new profiles of thinkers committed to intercultural reflections: Nilüfer Göle and Navid Kermani. READ HERE