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The Revolution of The Transcendence


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Revolutionary wars
Political power
Empowerment (Social sciences)
Power (Social sciences)


Contrary to the general and common idea that Islam etymologically means submission, surrendering, servitude or even slavery, this paper tries to prove just the opposite, that Islam is a protest, an opposition and a revolution. The term Aslama, in fact, is ambiguous. It means to surrender to God, not to yield to any other power. It implies a double act : first, a rejection of  all non-Transcendental yokes; and second, an acceptance of  the Transcendental Power. Islam, by this function, is a double act of negation and affirmation. This double act is expressed in the utterance “I witness that there is no god except the God.”

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