What is Islamic Philosophy

  title={What is Islamic Philosophy},
  author={R. Jackson},
What is Islamic Philosophy? offers a broad introduction to Islamic thought, from its origins to the many challenging issues facing Muslims in the contemporary world. The chapters explore early Islamic philosophy and trace its development through key themes and figures up to the twenty-first century. Topics covered include: ethical issues such as just war, abortion, women's rights, homosexuality and cloning questions in political philosophy regarding what kind of Islamic state could exist and… Expand
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  • Political Science
  • Politics and Religion
  • 2018
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