Irakoloji: Bir Giriş

Rawaa Mahmoud Hussain
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Abstract


Iraqology is a group of approaches specializing in studying Iraqi social dialectical situation according to its historical development. It works on utilizing of all relevant sciences and knowledge branches in order to produce a scientific overview of Iraqi issue. It aims to understand Iraqi case in a social, historical, dialectical and sophisticated manner. Iraqology is also an attempt to answer the basic Iraqi questions, think in its theoretical and practical problems, and find treatments to them. Therefore, it may be considered a new branch in humanities. It means an attempt to establish an understandable reality, in a wise manner, for things that Iraqi knows in non-philosophic experience to be cognitively essential.

Keywords


Iraqology, philosophy, reality, history, methodology, ideology.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18491/bijop.88724

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