Fuentes filosóficas occidentales del radicalismo y el fundamentalismo islámicos

  1. Cepedello Boiso, José
Revista internacional de pensamiento político

ISSN: 1885-589X

Year of publication: 2008

Issue: 3

Pages: 75-87

Type: Article

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Neither radicalism nor fundamentalism can be understood as manifestations inherent to Islam, but rather as the ultimate outcome of a cultural process rooted in 20th century Western totalitarianism. In this paper I analyse the philosophical substratum on which the Western totalitarian systems of the 20th century were based in order to show their links with contemporary Islamic radical trends.

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