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Audrey Borowski briefs us on the very different ideologies of two superficially similar terrorist organisations.
[Issue 111 :: December 2015 / January 2016 :: Articles]
Rationalism is the attitude of appealing to reason as the fundamental justification of knowledge or beliefs. Imadaldin Al-Jubouri describes the disputes among early Islamic scholars about the limits of what can be known through science and rationality.
[Issue 60 :: March/April 2007 :: Articles]
Imadaldin Al-Jubouri considers how some Muslim fundamentalists justify their aggressiveness – by misreading the Qur’an, among other things.
[Issue 56 :: July/August 2006 :: Heresy]
Antony Flew notices a new book on Islamic Philosophy.
[Issue 52 :: August/September 2005 :: Books]
Imadaldin Al-Jubouri on the medieval Islamic philosopher who pioneered the scientific understanding of history.
[Issue 50 :: March/April 2005 :: Medieval Philosophy]
Are our actions really free or are they determined by God’s will? Imadaldin Al-Jubouri on a controversy that divided Muslim philosophers.
[Issue 47 :: August/September 2004 :: Philosophy of Religion]
M.J. Akbar is the editor of The Asian Age newspaper and author of a new book, The Shade of Swords, in which he seeks to clairify the meaning of ‘Jihad’. He recently talked with Philosophy Now.
[Issue 37 :: August/September 2002 :: Interview]
[Issue 30 :: December 2000 / January 2001 :: The Library of Living Philosophers]
Edward Ingram explains the West’s debt to the Islamic philosophers.
[Issue 23 :: Spring 1999 :: Philosophy Around the World]