Etudes Arabes 112 has been published

Comment parle-t-on du “droit” en Égypte? This volume of Etudes Arabes presents a topic extremely interesting: the transformation of the legal language and the way to discuss the "law" in the last two centuries in the Muslim world. Egypt is chosen as a case study across the Arabic language to present and demonstrate the scope of this change, with the help of some texts spanning the period from the Nineteenth century to today. Considering the transformation of the language in the field of law and politics makes us reflect on the inextricable relationships between law and politics and on the dynamics of the contemporary law, both European and Muslim, in particular when the two systems interact to create a Muslim juridical system that can be adapted to the challenges of modernity.


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