Zaki al-Arsuzi

1899 - 1968

Zaki al-Arsuzi

Zakī al-Arsūzī (Arabic: زكي الأرسوزي‎; June 1899 – 2 July 1968) was a Syrian philosopher, philologist, sociologist, historian, and Arab nationalist. His ideas played a significant role in the development of Ba'athism and its political movement. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Zaki al-Arsuzi has received more than 126,119 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 849th most popular philosopher.

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Among philosophers, Zaki al-Arsuzi ranks 847 out of 1,005Before him are Anne Conway, Nancy Fraser, Franciscus Gomarus, Georges Florovsky, Yun Hyu, and Gómez Pereira. After him are Olof Celsius, Gaudapada, Frederick Copleston, Arthur Oncken Lovejoy, Charles Renouvier, and Tan Sitong.

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Among people born in 1899, Zaki al-Arsuzi ranks 123Before him are Li Lisan, Helge Ingstad, Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski, Fritz von Opel, Nie Rongzhen, and Robert Casadesus. After him are Justas Paleckis, Aleksandr Deyneka, Qu Qiubai, Ramon Novarro, Silvestre Revueltas, and John Barbirolli. Among people deceased in 1968, Zaki al-Arsuzi ranks 94Before him are Joseph Keilberth, Chester Carlson, Marion Lorne, Boris Lyatoshinsky, Gholamreza Takhti, and Armando Castellazzi. After him are Robert Z. Leonard, Ramon Novarro, Khuang Aphaiwong, Toivo Mikael Kivimäki, Anthony Asquith, and Little Walter.

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In Syria

Among people born in Syria, Zaki al-Arsuzi ranks 86 out of 124Before him are Salah al-Din al-Bitar (1912), Mithridates I Callinicus (-200), Salah Jadid (1926), Antiochus Hierax (-266), Ignatius Moses I Daoud (1930), and Ignatius IV of Antioch (1920). After him are Michael Ansara (1922), Gregory Peter XX Ghabroyan (1934), Julia Soaemias (180), Ibn al-Qalanisi (1073), Ignatius Joseph III Yonan (1944), and Hashim al-Atassi (1875).


Among philosophers born in Syria, Zaki al-Arsuzi ranks 5Before him are John of Damascus (676), Iamblichus (245), Damascius (480), and Numenius of Apamea (200).

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