Sardar Fazlul Karim
About this author
Sardar Fazlul Karim was born on 1 May 1925, in the village of Atipara in Wazirpur located in the Backergunge District of the Bengal Presidency (present-day Barisal District, Bangladesh). He was a scholar, academic, philosopher, and essayist in Bangladesh.
When he was a high school student, Saratchandra Chatterjee’s novel Pather Dabi (Demand for a Pathway) inspired him to dream of a revolution for the first time. After completing his matriculation, he moved to Dhaka in 1940 to complete his Intermediate of Arts (IA) at the Government Intermediate College. He topped the first class in his BA Honours in 1945 as well as in his MA examinations in 1946.
He has written scholarly books on philosophy, among them being his (Encyclopedia of Philosophy). He has translated Plato, Aristotle, Rousseau, and Engels.
He was awarded Independence Day Award and the Bangla Academy Literary Award for his works.
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