Islam, Philosophy, and Science: Four Public Lectures Organized by Unesco, June 1980
Among the topics discussed in the present volume are: Tolerance in the Prophet's deeds at Medina; Modern Muslim thinkers of the Indian subcontinent; Islam and the flowering of the exact sciences.
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