The making of Islamic science

Dublin Core

Title

The making of Islamic science

Author

Iqbal, Muzaffar

Publisher

Kuala Lumpur: Ialmic Book Trust, 2009.

Place of Publication

Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur

No. of Pages

290 p.

Language

English

Publication Date

20090000

Primary Classification

5.1

Secondary Classification

5.1; 1.2

Primary keywords

historical aspects--pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];science--[pri]

Secondary keywords

bioethical issues;evolution;Muslim world;nature;philosophy;religion;theology;trends;Western world

Primary Document Type

b

Table Of Contents

Preface -- Chronology of events -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Aspects of Islamic scientific tradition (eighth to the sixteeenth century) -- 3. Facets of the Islam and science relationship (eighth to the sixteeenth century) -- 4. The mosque, the laboratory, adn the market (eighth to the sixteeenth century) -- 5. Islam, transmission, and the decline of Islamic science -- 6. Islam and modern science: the Colonial era (1800-1950) -- 7. Islam and modern science: contemporary issues -- Afterword: is Islamic science possible? -- Primary sources -- Annotated bibliography -- Index

Call Number

BP190.5 .S3 I62 2009

Bibliography

Bibliography, p. 265-282

ISBN

9789675062315

Collection

Citation

“The making of Islamic science,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 18, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34515.