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ESTADO ISLÁMICO Y DEMOCRACIA EN EL ISLAM POLÍTICO NORTEAFRICANO: CONCEPTOS FUNDAMENTALES DE UN DEBATE INCIERTO

JUAN A. MACÍAS AMORETTI
Estudios de Asia y Africa
Vol. 47, No. 2 (148) (MAYO-AGOSTO, 2012), pp. 293-335
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41756209
Page Count: 43
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Abstract

El presente artículo analiza desde el punto de vista cronológico y conceptual la teoría política del Estado islámico (al-dawla al-islāmiyya) planteada por los principales pensadores del islam político en el Norte de África. El análisis de este concepto pretende clarificar las posturas relativas al rechazo o aceptación de la democracia como concepto y como sistema político en el Estado islámico que plantean las teorías islamistas en diferentes contextos históricos y sociopolíticos, desde el Egipto post-independiente al Magreb contemporáneo. This article analyzes the political theory of the "islamic state" (al-dawla al-islāmiyya) from both chronological and conceptual point of view, as it is stated within political theories of the most representative islamist thinkers in North Africa. This analysis tries to get the islamist stances on democracy (rejection/acceptation) straight, as 'a concept and political system' within the Islamic state, as it is set out by islamist theories in different historical and socio-political contexts, from post-independent Egypt to contemporary Maghreb.

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