Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciences

Palgrave-Macmillan (2011)

Abstract
This book discloses a largely unnoticed dialogue between Muslim and Western social thought on the search for meaning and transcendence in the human sciences. The disclosure is accomplished by a comparative reading of contemporary Muslim debates on secular knowledge on the one hand, and of a foundational Western debate on the demise of metaphysics in the human sciences on the other hand. The comparative reading is grounded in a dialogical hermeneutic approach; that is, a hermeneutic approach to texts and cultural traditions that draws upon the work of Hans Georg Gadamer and also upon the insights of inter-religious dialogue
Keywords Social sciences Philosophy  Islam Christianity  Christianity and other religions Islam
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Call number H61.15.Z35 2011
ISBN(s) 9780230110359
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