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Animals in Islamic Tradition and Muslim Cultures

@inproceedings{Foltz2005AnimalsII,
  title={Animals in Islamic Tradition and Muslim Cultures},
  author={Richard C. Foltz},
  year={2005}
}
  • R. Foltz
  • Published 1 November 2005
  • Philosophy
Preface xi Introduction: Islam, Muslims, and Non-human Animals 1 Muslims and Islam: Some Facts and Definitions 8 1 Animals in Islamic Source Texts 11 2 Animals in Islamic Law 29 3 Animals in Philosophy and Science 47 4 Animals in Literature and Art 65 5 Contemporary Muslim Views on 6 Towards an Islamic Vegetarianism 105 7 Muslim Attitudes Towards Dogs 129 Conclusions 145 Notes 153 Bibliography 173 Organizations 181 Index 184 
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