Islam and knowledge : Al Faruqi's concept of religion in Islamic thought : essays in honor of Isma'il Al Faruqi / edited by Imtiyaz Yusuf Yusuf, Imtiyaz

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Yusuf, Imtiyaz
Al-Faruqi, Ismaʼil R., 1921-1986.; Al-Faruqi, Ismaʾil R., 1921-1986.; Knowledge, Theory of (Islam)
This is an era when the Islamic World is making a range of attempts to redefine itself and to grapple with the challenges of modernity. Many schools of thought have emerged which seek to position modern Islam within the context of a rapidly changing contemporary world. Exploring and defining the relationship between religion and knowledge, Ismail Rafi Al-Faruqi, a distinguished 20th century Arab-American scholar of Islam, formulated ideas which have made substantial contributions to the Islam-and-modernity discourse. His review of the interaction between Islam and knowledge examines the philos.
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