Islam: To Reform or to Subvert? (Enlist Edition)
By: Arkoun, Muhammad (Arkun, 1928-2010)Share

Language: English


At a time when Islam is vilified by some and a source of inspiration for others, Mohammed Arkoun's is one of few voices that go against the stream. This radical review of the historiography of Islam draws on historical, social, psychological, and anthropological analysis.

Review 'No ordinary review could do justice to this extraordinary book.' Mahmoud Ibrahim, California State Polytechnic University 'Mohammed Arkoun is an independent philosopher who has rendered outstanding services to societies in the Arab world by seeking a genuinely Arab approach to reason and enlightenment.' Ibn Rushd Fund for Freedom of Thought

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Product Details
By:Arkoun, Muhammad (Arkun, 1928-2010)
Pages: 416 pp
Publisher:Saqi Essentials, Saqi Books, London, 2006 edition (c2002)
Dimensions:14 x 21 cm
Topic:Thought - Islam - History - Culture
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