Islamization of the Sciences, Technology,and Muslim Cultures
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Recent events have do o d that ortant elds of study the century word order The constitution of this book to this field that it attempts to say Intellectual foundations for a reconsideration of what connes truly fsianic worta order Perhape the words of the ste Professor Asma al Faruq in his scholarly introduction to this work here describe the landmarks of such an order “The world order of islam would confer upon every person by virtue of birth and humanity the ultimate right and honor, namely, the capacity to think and make up one’s mind as to which milah on wish to belong and hence by which law one desires to order cone’s ife and tal of one’s dependents.In dealing with his subject, the author has had to return to the sources of Islam, the Quran and the Sunnah and develop a methodology for dealing with them in a creative and practicable manner. In doing so, he examines the methodology developed by the early generations of Muslim scholars and finds it limited by its legalistic approach. Thus much of the value of this work lies in its discussion of methodology and in the ways it proposes that further study may be undertaken in the social sciences in general, by means of methodology developed from a purely Islamic perspective.
The International Institute of Islamic Thought
AbdulHamid A. AbuSulayman