Azelarabe Lahkim Bennani
Azelarabe Lahkim Bennani, Doctor of the University of Sorbonne, Paris 1 (1988), Habilitation (1996). Full Professor of Philosophy at the University Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, Fès, Morocco (since 2000). He is currently director of the department of philosophy and vice-director of the Research laboratory: Philosophy, Law, and Society. His publication includes philosophy of religion: (Religion and transcendental Ontology by Wittgenstein; Integration, Religion und Cultural Communities). Publication on human rights: (The Arab Spring from the Perspective of Human Rights; Humanitarian Interventions and geopoliticalInstrumentalization of Human Rights (2012); From State of Law to the Social State; (2013) Agonistic Democracy, ways of life and pluralism of values (2013); Books: (Phenomenology and Philosophy of Language; Hermeneutics Esthetics and Theology. (Hsg.) (2007); The Culture of Protect (2017). The latest translation in Arabic (2020) is Jean Greisch’s “The Burning Bush and the Lights of Reason.” All the selected publications are in German.