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Reclaiming the “ Middle Way ”

@inproceedings{Iqbal2012ReclaimingT,
  title={Reclaiming the “ Middle Way ”},
  author={Muhammad Iqbal and B. B. Koshul},
  year={2012}
}
No. 3 titled “Reason as Balance: The Evolution of ‘aql” Tim Winter notes that Islam’s self-understanding “as a middle way is both well-known and distinctive” (Winter, 1). This “middle way” can be seen as the historical embodiment “of the original integrative genius of the Prophet” (Winter, 10) whose teachings about Iman, Islam and Ihsan intimated a deep and irreducible relationship between mind, body and spirit. The bulk of Winter’s paper focuses on the way Muslim thought has sought to carve… Expand

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