Allama Iqbal: A Critic of Capitalism & Globalization

Muhammad Ali Siddiqui

Abstract


Allama Iqbal & globalization! Iqbal’s denunciation of capitalism and
his profectious of the maladies which this system of economics makes
him a real visionary. Globalization is in the final analysis, a sparkly
exploitative system in the era of corporate capitalism with a substantial
percentage of international trade in the hands of MNC’s much of Iqbal’s
fears have proved themselves to be true. Iqbal is the first Urdu poet to
have a book of Economics, entitled Ilm-ul-Iqtisad to his credit hence
his views on capitalism one not only a portic expression but a viewpoint
based on an intimate knowledge of the subject.

Keywords : Allama Iqbal, Globalization, Economic, Capitalism


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