Systems, thoughts and civilizations go through different evolutionary stages; they may however face difficulties and decline, compelling their scholars to search for ideal ways of renewal and revival. It is possible for the historian to discover the different factors influencing the nations’ revival and civilizational renewal or even their decline. And perhaps divinely-based civilizational changing construct constitutes the objective conception leading to the foundation of global human civilization aiming at people’s welfare and achievement of various hopes and ambitions.
Starting from the necessity of reviewing the conception of civilizational phenomenon and the factors affecting it and developing awareness thereof for the sake of the truth, success of both social constructive action and civilzational change based on future-oriented-perspective;
The Faculty of Social and Islamic Sciences, African University of Adrar, organizes an international conference on "Civilizational Change: Challenges and Perspectives"
The main questions of the conference are:
What are divinely-based rules in civilizational change? What are the factors and conditions of revival and expansion of nations and civilizations? What are the internal and external obstacles? How to overcome them with a view to building a better future for humanity?
These questions will be debated according to the following themes:
Theme 1: Theoretical approaches to civilizational change
Theme 2: Divinely-based civilizational change among scholars and thinkers
Theme 3: Mechanisms for civilizational change: practical models
Theme 4: Challenges and obstacles of civilizational change from a future reform- based perspective
Information to participants:
- The conference organizers will provide free accommodation, breakfast and lunch, and ground transportation for the participants.
- The Conference will take place from 18th to 20th November 2012, at the African University of Adrar, Algeria.
- For further details send your requests by e-mail to: email@example.com
African University Ahmed Draya
Adrar - 01000
Phone: +213(0)49 960 176
Fax: +213(0)49 969 079 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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