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Islamic perspectives on science and technology : selected conference papers

Publisher: Singapore Springer [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English

This book presents 25 selected papers from the International Conference on "Developing Synergies between Islam & Science and Technology for Mankind's Benefit" held at the International Institute for  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9789812877772 9812877770
OCLC Number: 956752404
Notes: Ausgewählte Beiträge aus genannter Konferenz.
"Presented at the International Conference on "Developing synergies between Islam and science & technology for mankind's benefit", held at the International Institute of advanced Islamic studies (IAIS) Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, on 1-2 october 2014"--Vorwort.
Description: xxi, 382 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: Preface.- Part I: Opening Section.- Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: Opening Address by Former Prime Minister of Malaysia and Chairman, IAIS.- Chapter 3: Science and Technology for Mankind's Benefit: Islamic Theories and Practices - Past, Present and Future.- Chapter 4: The Necessity of Studying the Natural Sciences from the Qur'anic Worldview.- Part II: Philosophy of Science, Cosmology and Emergence of Biological Systems.- Chapter 5: Philosophy of Science in Epistemological Perspective.- Chapter 6: Rumi On the Living Earth: A Sufi Perspective.- Chapter 7: Sayyid Qutb's Understanding of the Universe as a Living and Meaningful World.- Chapter 8: The New Approach in Western Science towards Understanding the Nature of Life and Mind, in Terrence Deacon's 'Incomplete Nature': An Analysis from Islamic Perspectives.- Part III: Tawhidic Science - Principles.- Chapter 9: Islam Can Give a Proper Orientation to Science and Technology Development.- Chapter 10: Vision in Action: Operationalising the Islamisation of Science and Technology.- Chapter 11: Maqas id al-Shari'ah: A Traditional Source for Ensuring Design and Development of Modern Technology for Humanity's Benefit.- Part IV: Tawhidic Science - General Applications.- Chapter 12: Islam and the Environment: An Examination of the Source Evidence.- Chapter 13: Reducing Wasteful Consumption Towards Sustainability by Waste Avoidance Using Self-Improvement (Tazkiyah) and Contentment (Qana'ah) Approaches.- Chapter 14: Integrating Spirituality Into Efforts for Improving Value Chains of Farm Products.- Chapter 15: Neurotechnological Advances in Exploring Melodic Recitation of the Noble Qur'an: Uncovering the Neural Circuitry in the Human Brain.- Chapter 16: A New Quantum Theory in Accordance with Islamic Science.- Part V: Tawhidic Science - Bioethics.- Chapter 17: Breakthroughs in Biosciences and the Question of Morality: Interactions Between Ethics and Bioscience Practices.- Chapter 18: Implementation of an Islamic Approach to Harm Reduction Among Illicit Drug-Users in Malaysia.- Chapter 19: Genetically Modified Food and Humanity's Well-Being: An Islamic Perspective Elmira Akhmetova.- Chapter 20: Advances in Tri-Parent Baby Technology: The Bio-ethical Challenge for Muslims.- Part VI: Islamic Teaching of Science.- Chapter 21: Integrating the Qur'anic Worldview with the Natural Sciences: Answering the Call for Islamic Secondary Schools.- Chapter 22: Teaching of Values in Science: Defining its Universal Values.- Chapter 23: Positing a Spiritual Dimension for Science Education: Brunei Darussalam's Experience.- Chapter 24: Displayed Features of a Student with High Functioning Autism During Quranic Learning.- Part VII: History of Science & Technology in Islamic Civilisation.- Chapter 25: Emotional Blasting Therapy: A Psychotherapeutic Technique Invented by Early Muslim Physicians.- Chapter 26: Tracing the History of Astrolabe Inventions Across Civilisations.
Responsibility: Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Osman Bakar, Daud Abdul-Fattah Batchelor, Rugayah Hashi, Editors.
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