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The Positive Aspects of Tasawwuf: Preliminary Thoughts on an Islamic Philosophy of Science

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Published 1981 by Islamic Academy of Science (ASASI)
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Syed Muhammad Naquib al-Attas, born September 5, 1931 in Bogor, Java, is a prominent contemporary Muslim thinker. He is one of the few contemporary scholars who is thoroughly rooted in the traditional Islamic sciences and who is equally competent in theology, philosophy, metaphysics, history, and literature. His thought is integrated, multifaceted and creative. Al-Attas’ philosophy and methodology ...more
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