دراسة في طبيعة المجتمع العراقي A Study of the Nature of Iraqi Society. by علي الوردي Ali al Wardi · Paperback. $$ In stock on August 28, Books shelved as ali-alwardi: خوارق اللاشعور by علي الوردي, شخصية الفرد العراقي by علي الوردي, مهزلة العقل البشري by علي الوردي, منطق ابن خلدون by علي ال. Ali al-Wardi is the author of Social Glimpses of Modern Iraqi History ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) Ali al-Wardi’s books. Ali al-Wardi.
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One al the factors that distinguish rationalism is its conviction that the mind is inadequate and capable of making mistakes. He worked as Professor at the Universities of Baghdad and of Algiers and published many books and essays on Ali Al-Wardi and various philosophical and social issues in Arabic and in German.
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Al-Wardi pointed out that the problem with this point of view was the belief that the human soul could be washed clean with hooks and water to remove the dirt that had stuck alwwrdi it. This, he said, equally applied to the educated and uneducated alike. It is also not a pure, innocent or static tool that receives data like a computer; it is a vooks activity made up of knowledge systems and their actual implementation.
Formal logic is deductive; it starts with the general and ends with the specific, in exact opposition to the modern inductive logic that starts with the specific and ends with the general. He believed that the thinkers that preceded Freud believed that Man had boois mind that controlled his actions and guided his behaviour, and if he deviated they blamed that mind and called on him to see reason and to learn his lesson, and if he failed, he deserved punishment.
Human nature is an organized collection of ideas, temperaments, tendencies and habits that distinguish boos person from another and an outcome of the interaction between nature and nurture, or natural instincts and social norms.
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He believed that the human mind is distinctive by nature. Moreover, the fettered and biased mind pushes people towards conflict.
He was back to Iraq and was forced to be married by his father’s orders. The old logic therefore applies neither to the past nor to the present era. Furthermore, the productive scientific mind should remain alive and keep on thinking so that humanity can survive, and so human civilizations can advance and prosper.
Each individual thinks that he is more entitled that others, or better, cleverer, and more able and attractive than everyone else, then tries to find justification for his claims. Ibn Khaldoun believed that the problematic of the formal method was linked to the way of thinking which says that there are fixed intuitive bases in thought, or that there are constants on which formal logic is based, i.
He believed that the human mind, due to the environment, values, traditions, beliefs and interests that Man grows up with, is rather biased by nature, and these factors influence his thinking. This does not mean that Al-Wardi did not believe, however, in the existence of facts.
It stems from and develops within the confines of society, whereby the initial group among which a child is reared, plays an important part in shaping his personality. This key discovery in the history of philosophical thought rallied all the effective criticisms in order to extricate Man from his ignorance and failure, to make him doubtful and to alert him to the fact that the chronic ignorance that controls his mind had never been analyzed, critiqued or reviewed.
The rationalists believe that the mind is independent of experience because it tends to be spontaneous and contemplative Descarteswhile the Empiricists John Locke and David Hume claim that the mind develops through experience. He later was appointed as a teacher in many elementary and high schools across Iraq, before winning a scholarship to the American University of Beirut where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Al-Wardi connects the mind with the unconscious, both positively and negatively.
Al-Wardi discovered that Ibn Khaldoun was the only thinker to rebel against this idealistic way of thinking prevalent in Islam.
Moreover, human nature bokos not changed despite the considerable change in values, habits and social beliefs, whereby Man has remained the same prejudiced animal since time immemorial. Aristotelian logic is linked to the old traditional methods of thought and demonstration.
Not only does it invent the weapons with which to kill its enemies, it provides the excuses and rationales that justify killing them. If a human being is born and raised among the animals he becomes an animal like them.
Historypsychologyparapsychology. His ultimate aim was to allow Iraqi citizens access to these ideas with the aim of creating new intellectual spaces capable of accommodating modern scientific and sociological theories and, furthermore, to continue to interact with them and embrace all that is innovative, creative and productive.
Al-Wardi compares the unconscious power that constrains the mind to the atmospheric pressure whose considerable weight we bear, without our being aware of it, except if we move to a location with a different atmospheric pressure.
There are, in fact, motives that reveal the complete meaning behind these seemingly random occurrences, although the person who commits them is not aware of them. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.
Despite the many criticisms directed at his enlightening ideas, he managed to obstinately forge ahead and bring about a total break with the old ways of thinking and worn-out social habits, traditions and conventions, in an attempt to develop a new mentality, based on a modern scientific logic in place of the old descriptive one.
All Formats Paperback Sort by: Low to High Price: The mind is relative in time and space, and necessarily acquires its particular characteristics in proportion to the amount of knowledge it produces about the world, and in proportion to the amount of knowledge it generates.
Ibn Tufail believed that the human mind grows in tandem with the body until it matures, just like Ibn Yaqdhan, who managed to think and deduce, through pure thought, the same truths that some great thinkers had deduced before him.
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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. The course of human society, he believed, was the outcome of an akwardi competition that compels people alwarfi create and excel, and that human development and progress are achieved through the sacrifice of the numerous victims who fail in life but on whose shoulders the success of others is built. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Moreover, socially changing such attributes would be possible only if the social conditions that motivated them changed too.