Islam and Science

Islam and Science explores the historical background of the emergence of science in Islamic civilization, it also examines Qur’anic data on the created order of the cosmos and situates the current discourse on Islam and science in its historical context. Written from within the Islamic worldview, this ground-breaking exploration of some of the most fundamental questions in the Islam and science discourse also examines the process of appropriation and transformation of the Islamic scientific tradition in Europe during the three centuries leading up to the Scientific revolution. First published in 2002 by Ashgate, this title has been re-issued by Routlege in 2019 (with a different cover).
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Persian translation
From the review of Islam and Science by Mustafa Shah,
Journal of Qur’anic Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2004, pp. 138-142
Published By: Edinburgh University Press