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  1. Critiquing the Modern Western Theory of Knowledge and Insights into a Qur’anic Epistemology.Farhan Mujahid Chak - 2022 - American Journal of Islam and Society 29 (4).
    This article compares and contrasts a western post-Enlightenment theory of knowledge with a Qur’anic epistemology. It first analyzes the development of post-Enlightenment epistemology, which resulted in the disappearance of established meaning and the implanting of doubt. Thereafter, western epistemology began to deal with such questions as “What can I know?” and “How can I distinguish between those things that I am justified in believing over those things that I am not justified in believing?” Eventually, this developed into the two dominant (...)
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