Introduction : the thought of the Muslim brotherhood, at the center of orthodox Islam Finding continuity in an unusual and tumultuous history The founding of the brotherhood The contemporary brotherhood Migration and implantation in Europe A diverse heritage, marked by a succession of outstanding personalities The unchallenged foundational contribution of Hassan al-Bannā The thought of Sayyid Qutb : difficult to avoid, but discreetly controversial Other classic intellectual figures Historical references from within the movement Living figures of reference A dynamic tradition more or less held in check Ideas that lead to action Two complementary versions of the movement's heritage The brotherhood through action Framework principles for the Muslim community Morals and social life Discourses regarding ultimate purposes and the relationships between different civilizations Concrete political projects? Strong but confused ideas.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -342) and indexes.