2 edition of Islamic science and the contemporary world found in the catalog.
Islamic science and the contemporary world
ISTAC International Conference on Islamic Science and the Contemporary World (1st 2008 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
by Institut Antarabangsa Pemikiran dan Tamadun Islam, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Written in English
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Baharudin Ahmad ; preface by Ibrahim Zein|
|Contributions||Baharuddin Ahmad, International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||2010337429|
The Qur’aan is not a book of science but a book of ‘signs’, i.e. ayats. There are more than six thousand ‘signs’ in the Qur’aan of which more than a thousand deal with science. We all know that many a times Science takes a ‘U-turn’. In this book I have considered only established scientific facts and The rise and fall of the Islamic scientific tradition, and the relationship of Islamic science to European science during the Renaissance. The Islamic scientific tradition has been described many times in accounts of Islamic civilization and general histories of science, with most authors tracing its beginnings to the appropriation of ideas from other ancient civilizations—the Greeks in
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areas in which Islamic countries excel: desalination, falconry, and camel reproduction. The recent push to establish new research and science institutions in the Arab world — described in these pages by Waleed Al-Shobakky (see “Petrodollar Science,” Fall ) — clearly still has a long way to :// Islam, Contemporary Issues in Science and Religion. In the nineteenth century, the Muslim world's encounter with modern science took the form of a double challenge, simultaneously material and intellectual. The Ottoman Empire's defense against the military rise of Western countries, followed by successful colonization, made it necessary to acquire Western technology, and, therefore, the /islam-contemporary-issues-science-and-religion.
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