Antun SAADEHâ€™s Social-Nationalist Doctrine. Presenting and Reconstructing an Original Economic and Social Theory
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Wissam Samia: CRIISEA, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne
Economic Alternatives, 2020, issue 3, 492-504
The rising of â€œextreme rightâ€ approaches in Europe, and the ascension of the â€œcatastrophic nationalismâ€ doctrines deem having a â€œnewâ€ nationalism approach inevitable; not to mention or disregard the â€œWahhabismâ€ approach to Islam. The social European collective memory about nation and nationalism tends to consider these subjects as diabolic. This article aims to shed light on an unconventional approach to these notions of â€œnationâ€ and â€œnationalismâ€ . The approach covered in this paper was elaborated by Antun Saadeh. In his view the nation is neither racial nor cultural but a single unity that â€œis formed over timeâ€ and emerged from the interaction of human elements â€œwithin and with the environmentâ€ . Economic theory and economic strategies derive organically from Saadehâ€™s general social philosophy of nationalism.
Keywords: production; Economic and Social Nationalism; Social Interactions; Syria; economic and social doctrine of Antun Saadeh (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B31 B41 N35 O53 P48 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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