Freedom, Modernity, and Islam: Toward a Creative Synthesis

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Syracuse University Press, 1998 - Philosophy - 384 pages
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Richard Khuri argues that current theories do not explain the global resurgence of fundamental religion and that without a new analysis of the idea of freedom, genuine liberty will not be attained in the Arab-Muslim world.
 

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Contents

The Assault on Freedom
1
The Future of a New Illusion
33
The Fate of Freedom under the Rule of Reason
78
The Recovery of Freedom
113
The Islamic Transposition of Positive Freedom
147
The Roots of Unfreedom in
213
Toward Greater Freedom in
277
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Richard K. Khuri is a philosopher whose scholarly articles have been published in the United States and Europe.

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