From despotism to democracy
| Du despotisme à la démocratie
Le Fennec , Morocco , Casablanca , 2003 , 180 pages
Mohamed Mouaqit explores the evolution of Muslim political systems from a conceptual and ideological point of view, drawing on the evidence of history.
Part one : Past and present tendencies in Arab-Muslim thought.
I. Caliphate, mûlk and the necessity of obedience.
II. Desires for anti-despotism and secularism since the Nahda
Part two : Mythology, theology and Salafism
III. Myth, utopia and ideal
IV. Freedom of consciousness and thought
V. Human rights in north-African thought
VI. The post-Salafism horizon in the thoughts of Laroui and al-Jabri