Issue 35

Mar, 2021

The 35th edition of Tabayyun has been published by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies. This issue includes the following articles: "Illness as Experience and Discourse: Research on Foucault's Policies of Illness and their Role in Contemporary Social Philosophy" by Zouaoui Beghoura; "Biomedicine between the Political and the Ethical" by Mouldi Ezdini; "Philosophical and Intellectual Dimensions of Epidemics Seen Through the Novels The Plague and Blindness" by Nariman Alekry; "Plague and Epidemic: From Practical Theology to Applied Ethics" by Mutaz al–Khatib.

The issue also contains Translation of Marie–Hélène Parizeau's paper "The COVID–19 Pandemic: Between Social Vulnerabilities and Technical Logics" by Rachid Boutayeb; and of  Stefan Weidner's paper "Virus and Terror: How the Corona Crisis And 9/11 are Related" by Abdellatif Bousseta. In the reports section, Omar Almagharebi contributes his report: "What Did Philosophers say about the Corona Pandemic?"; Kamel Terchi offers a book review of The Sickness unto Death: A Christian Psychological Exposition for Upbuilding and Awakening by Soren Kierkegaard while Bilal El Bazi finishes the issue with a review of Man and Urbanism: A Treatise on the Decline of Paradigms in the Arab City by Driss Makboul.

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