Tawhid wa-Madaminuh fi al-Fikr wa-al-Hayah التوحيد ومضامينه في الفكر والحياة
By: Faruqi, Isma'il Raji (1921-1986) إسماعيل راجي الفاروقيShare
Translated to Arabic, 'Tawhid: Its Implications for Thought and Life.', a work by Palestinian-American thinker and scholar, Isma'il Raji al-Faruqi (1921-1986). Translated by Doctor al-Sayyid Muhammad al-Sayyid 'Umar. This book touches upon a broad spectrum of subjects, drawing elements from history, comparative religion, anthropology, philosophy, ethics, epistemology, archaeology, and other disciplines. As such, the concept of abundant in its perception, and direct in its implications for life and thought. All Muslim countries are struggling to accelerate the development of their economies. What is needed is a strategy that would not only accelerate development but also help minimize the inequities and the imbalances. The nature and constituents of such a strategy are the main themes of this book.
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Faruqi, Isma'il Raji (1921-1986) إسماعيل راجي الفاروقي