The nature of the role of intellections and the dialectical relationship with political parties
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 28 part 1, Pages 282-327
AbstractThe role of intellectuals in general is controversial and contradictory: To expose and clarify the conflict and to overcome the silence imposed by the force and the obedient calm of power wherever and wherever possible . Culture and politics in the general sense are the same and in great contact and exchange services . politics can be viewed as a culture and dealing with culture as politics is a great work of art and performs and educational function and a fundamental task in the management of public affairs and the organization of interpersonal relations . This reflects the dialectical relationship between the intellectual and the social classes on the one hand، the intellectual and the political parties on the other . The witness' to the age that uses an easy method and a clear language and based on accurate information and accurate numbers and fixed evidence and after the liberation of delusions and sailing in science and directed towards a wakening democratic awareness among citizens of all social classes and sensitize them the importance of participating in the management of their city and intervene in the public judiciary and denouncing the abyss that prefer between people and be through the political parties and therefore the task of the intellectual is the cultural intervention in the social and political conditional، so the public function of the educated to stay in the political and social and make an effort to understand what cannot be understood and dare to go out to try again as the political commitment by the intellectual makes him sincere to himself and to the end of his time perhaps the best lesson provided by the intellectual of humanity is to recall what was ignored and forgotten and see a broader picture of what the authority and the reference to alternative work opening the sheds and opening the horizons .
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