The Role of Education in the Egyptian Intellectual Movement 1970-1981


Omar Enad Hammoud, Assistant Lecturer, Jamal Faisal Hamad, Assistant Professor
Department of History, University  of Al-Anbar– college of Arts, Iraq.


In the seventies of the twentieth century, Egypt witnessed a great development in the intellectual movement, due to the change it witnessed in the policies that led to the development of thought, especially in the education sector, which effectively contributed to the Egyptian intellectual movement during the research period, as educational institutions, especially universities were the field For many intellectual propositions, and from the most important tributaries of thought and a platform for many opinions that had a great impact on Egyptian society.