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Encyclopaedia of Islamic Science and Scientists (In 11 Volumes)

 
M H Syed (Editor) M.M. Khan (Editor)
Synopsis Most progressive among all faiths in the contemporary world, Islam is not only a religion, but also a complete code of life. Introduced in the beginning of the 7th century, Islam removed the thick blankets of ignorance, which were covering whole of the Arabian Peninsula. Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) invited people to Islam, to which they responded very harshly and inhumanely. Apart from religious and moral aspects, Islam laid special emphasis on the attainment of education, as an obligatory duty, enjoined on both males and females. It is in this background that Islamic scientific era refers to various diverse developments, caused by Muslim scientists, during the period, known as Islamic Golden Age. Most of the significant scientific advancements were made from 8th to 15th century. All the sciences of this period are sometimes referred to as Arabic sciences, because of the language-Arabic, the (then) lingua franca.

The Islamic approach recognizes the limitations of the human mind and acknowledges that all knowledge and wisdom vest in Allah, the Almighty alone. The distinguishing feature, which made Islamic science, superior to that of its western counterpart, is the higher degree of ethics and values. On the country, modern science has endless pre-occupations that have little or no consideration, in respect of ethics or morality. There are hardly nay comprehensive and exhaustive books on the subject and there was being felt a pressing need to bring out an authentic work. This voluminous work is a precious asset for all scholars, researchers and all those, engaged in an academic pursuit, concerning Islamic Studies.
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About the authors

M H Syed

Dr. M.H. Syed, an academic and scholar in his own right, is basically a political scientist. He has further diversified his interests into research and serious studies in subjects like History, International Relations, Human Rights etc. An M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. in Political Science, M.A. in English Literature, diploma in International Relations and Diploma in Journalism. He began his career as a feature writer in All India Radio and Press Information Bureau. Later, he was associated with United News of India and Times of India. He has also edited several periodicals and penned dozens of articles for esteemed dailies and weeklies., apart from participating in various seminars and symposia. As an author, he has several books to his credit, in addition to dozens edited by him for reputed publishers. An established name in literary circles, Dr. Syed is totally devoted to research and writing.

M.M. Khan

M.M. Khan, an AMU product, is a historian and scholar in his own right. His full name is Muhammad Moinuddin Khan and he has earned his M.A. (history) and L.L.B. (Hons.) degrees from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Completing his studies, he devoted himself to research and serious writing, particularly engaged in working on History and Islamic Studies. Recently he turned to Islamic Science and unearthed many hidden facts. Based in Aligarh, as a full time researcher, he is currently busy with his project: Historical Aspects of Islamic Sciences. This is his first book on the subject.

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Bibliographic information

Title Encyclopaedia of Islamic Science and Scientists (In 11 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 25.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126138081
length 3401p., Tables; Bibliography; Index; 25cm.