The history and philosophy of Islamic science / Osman Bakar
- Osman Bakar
- Uniform Title:
- Tawhid and science
- Cambridge, UK : Islamic Texts Society, 1999.
- Physical Description:
- x, 266 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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- Religious consciousness and the scientific spirit in Islamic tradition -- The question of methodology in Islamic science -- The place of doubt in Islamic epistemology: al-Ghazzālī's philosophical experience -- The unity of science and spiritual knowledge: the Islamic experience -- The atomistic conception of nature in Ashʻarite theology -- An introduction to the philosophy of Islamic medicine -- The influence of Islamic science on medieval Christian conceptions of nature -- Umar Khayyam's criticism of Euclid's theory of parallels -- Islam and bioethics -- Muslim intellectual responses to modern science -- Islam, science and technology: past glory, present predicaments, and the shaping of the future -- Designing a sound syllabus for courses on philosophy of applied and engineering sciences in a 21st century Islamic university.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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