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Islam, Science, and the Challenge of History (The Terry Lectures Series) Reader ò and the Challenge of History æ ✽ Islam, Science, and the Challenge of History (The Terry Lectures Series) kindle Epub ❁ Author Ahmad Dallal – Goproled.co.uk In this wIn this wide ranging and masterful work Ahmad Dallal examines the significance of scientific knowledge and situates the culture of science in relation to other cultural forces in Muslim societies He traces the ways in which the realms of scientific knowledge and religious authority were delineated historically The realization of a discrepancy between tradition and science often led to demolition and rebuilding and most important to uestioning whether scientific knowledge should take precedence over religious authority in a matter where their realms clearly overlapDallal frames his inuiry around three concerns What cultural forces provided the conditions for debate over the primacy of religion or science? How did these debates emerge? And how were they sustained? His primary objectives are to study science in Muslim societies within its larger cultural context and to trace the epistemological distinctions between science and philosophy on the one hand and science and religion on the other He looks at religious and scientific texts and situates them in the contexts of religion philosophy and science Finally Dallal describes the relationship negotiated in the classical medieval period between the religious scientific and philosophical systems of knowledge that is central to the Islamic scientific tradition and shows how this relationship has changed radically in modern times

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In this wide ranging and masterful work Ahmad Dallal examines the significance of scientific knowledge and situates the culture of science in relation to other cultural forces in Muslim societies He traces the ways in which the realms of scientific knowledge and religious authority were delineated historically The realization of a discrepancy between tradition and science often led to demolition and rebuilding and most important to uestioning whether scientific knowledge should take precedence over religious authority in a matter where their realms clearly overlapDallal frames his inuiry around three concerns What cultural forces provided the conditions for debate over the primacy of religion or science? How did these debates emerge? And how were they sustained? His primary objectives are to study science in Muslim societies within its larger cultural context and to trace the epistemological distinctions between science and philosophy on the one hand and science and religion on the other He looks at religious and scientific texts and situates them in the contexts of religion philosophy and science Finally Dallal describes the relationship negotiated in the classical medieval period between the religious scientific and philosophical systems of knowledge that is central to the Islamic scientific tradition and shows how this relationship has changed radically in modern times

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Islam Science and the Challenge of History The Terry Lectures SeriesIn this wide ranging and masterful work Ahmad Dallal examines the significance of scientific knowledge and situates the culture of science in relation to other cultural forces in Muslim societies He traces the ways in which the realms of scientific knowledge and religious authority were delineated historically The realization of a discrepancy between tradition and science often led to demolition and rebuilding and most important to uestioning whether scientific knowledge should take precedence over religious authority in a matter where their realms clearly overlapDallal frames his inuiry around three concerns What cultural forces provided the conditions for debate over the primacy of religion or science? How did these debates emerge? And how were they sustained? His primary objectives are to study science in Muslim societies within its larger cultural context and to trace the epistemological distinctions between science and philosophy on the one hand and science and religion on the other He looks at religious and scientific texts and situates them in the contexts of religion philosophy and science Finally Dallal describes the relationship negotiated in the classical medieval period between the religious scientific and philosophical systems of knowledge that is central to the Islamic scientific tradition and shows how this relationship has changed radically in modern times