The importance of the dialogue between civilizations
Collection titleCultural and civilizational exchange
SourceBibliotheca Alexandrina (EG)
First broadcast date10/12/2005
AbstractDr Ahmed Morsi speaks about the importance of intercultural dialogue, with emphisis on the Mediterranean culture. He stasted his speech with a quotation from Taha Hussein's book " the future of culture in Egypt": there is no intellectual or cultural difference among the peoples that had arisen around the Roman Sea and had underwent its influence, but there are political and economic conditions that are favourable to some peoples and unfavourable to others".
- Library of Alexandria - Own production
- Morsi Ahmed
Primary themeHuman and social sciences
- Society and way of life
Credits / Cast
- Morsi Ahmed - Participant
Period of events
- Egypt - Lower Egypt - Alexandria
Media running time12m16
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