click on book to show pdf

Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education

Philosophy in the present book is considered as a discipline which consists of the branches ontology, epistemology and axiology. In the beginning of each chapter, a short introduction has been written about the personality and biography of the two (or four) philosophers investigaed in that chapter. Philosophers studied and compared in this book are as […]

  • Hamid Reza Alavi
  • 978-964-219-066-9
  • Ansariyan Publications
Rate this post
Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education
about this book
  • overview

    Philosophy in the present book is considered as a discipline which consists of the branches ontology, epistemology and axiology. In the beginning of each chapter, a short introduction has been written about the personality and biography of the two (or four) philosophers investigaed in that chapter. Philosophers studied and compared in this book are as follows: Tusi and Aristotle, Ghazali and Aquinas, Ibn Miskawayh and Aquinas, Farabi and Spinoza, Ibn Sina and Edwards, and Rumi, Sa'di and Rousseau, Dewey. We live in a world where everything is always about me: my religion, my house, my phone..etc., forgetting on many occasions that there is a world beyond our own petty existence. In this context, the content of this book is a refreshing reminder that everything is not always about me but about us. Us, who believe, regardless of birth place, descend, religion or gender, that there is a God, a higher power that we all strive to know and to Whom we will all return in the end. We, as a whole, can always find things that unite us despite all out differences. This applies to how we think about philosophy and education.

  • details
    • Hamid Reza Alavi
    • 978-964-219-066-9
    • Ansariyan Publications
    • 2009
    • First
    • Qom - Iran
  • reviews