Islam and the Third Universal Theory: The Religious Thought of Muʻammar Al-Qadhdhafi

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Kegan Paul International, 1991 - Religion - 155 pages
Volume 5 completes the series of reviews of the physiology of higher nervous activity in man and animals, begun in volume 4, with surveys of internal inhibition, conscious and unconscious perception and the neurophysiological correlates of mental activity. The remainder of the volume will be devoted to neuroendocrinological studies.

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Contents

Preface
7
Qadhdhafis Vision 77ie Green Book
26
Qadhdhafis Faith
60
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Mahmoud Ayoub is a professor Islamic studies and comparative religion at Temple University, Philadelphia and the author of many books and articles on Islan and interreligious dialogue.

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