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Like a rolling stone that gathers no moss.

I've caught-up on some of my rest over the last couple of days, which has left me feeling slightly human again. I'm still none too happy about my lack of leisure time, or the narrow, cerebral focus of my current regime, but I can now at least feel as if I might endure it.

I've printed-off a short, analytical paper on the "Republic" which I'll need to post over the next few days, along with a more lengthy research paper on Sayyid Qutb. I don't, at present, care to think much about the other such work that I have to look forward to. I will, however, have to try to get together with Danielle to talk about organizing charity event at McGill in the Spring.

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dkabay
Mar. 5th, 2007 07:18 am (UTC)
Sayyid
As one who has followed the blog world on its views of Sayyid Qutb, your proposed essay on him and your take on this character will be interesting. You may be interested in visiting and contributing to a blog that explores the totality of Qutb and Islam in the form of considered essays.
http://anti-sayyid-qutb.blogspot.com/

Tariq has often been touted as the Islamic Luther. However a reading of his English written books indicate that he is more like his grandfathers co mentor Sayyid Qutb but a little more suave. I have begun a study to compare the two and hope to have something available at the end of the year

Enjoy

Dave
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