Volume   Summer 2004   Number 1

Contents

Editorial

Shadhrah 3............................................................................... 3
 

Articles

Taskhir, Fine-Tuning, Intelligent Design
and the Scientific Appreciation of Nature

c
Adi Setia............................................................................... 7

Scientific Exegesis of the Qurban—
A Viable Project?

Mustansir Mir......................................................................... 33

Reflections on Some New Studies on Applied Science
in Islamic Societies (8th-19th Centuries)

David A. King......................................................................... 43

Ibn Sina–al-Biruni Correspondence (3)
Translated by Rafik Berjak and Muzaffar Iqbal.............................. 57

Views and Perspectives

An Unfortunate Response: Iqbal on Gutas
David C. Reisman.................................................................... 63

Review Article

Jan P. Hogendijk and Abdelhamid I. Sabra:
The Enterprise of Science in Islam—
New Perspectives
...................................................................... 75

Book Reviews

Paul Lettinck:
Aristotle’s Meteorology and its
Reception in the Arab World
...................................................... 91

Sarah Stroumsa:
Freethinkers of Medieval Islam.................................................... 94
Reviewed by Muzaffar Iqbal

Daniel A. Madigan:
The Qurban’s Self-Image:
Writing and Authority in Islam’s Scripture
.................................... 100
Reviewed by
Yamine Mermer

The End Matters
The State of the International
Religion-Science Discussion Today

Philip Clayton ..................................................................................105

 


Islam & Science, Vol. 2 (Summer 2004) No. 1
ISSN: 1703-7603 (Print);  ISSN: 1703-7602X ( Online)

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