The Arab intellectual, past and present

This new intellectual generation is like a middle child – sandwiched between the self-confident, older sibling and the younger, carefree baby sibling. Unable to accept the determinism of the old and refusing to live by the nihilist ways of the young, it inhabits the interregnum: sitting between the old, which is dying, and the new that cannot be born.
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