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Islam, Modernity & Secularism

06 February, 2014 11:10
Islam, Modernity & Secularism

Islam from the Viewpoint of the West

May-June 2011, 14th Issue

A Brief Report on "Islam, Modernity & Secularism" in Recent Publications of the West 

With Reviews on Works Done by:
Bernard lewis / Tariq Ramadan / Bassam Tibi
Gabriele Marranci / Michael J. Mazarr
Amyn B. Sajoo / Oliver Roy 
Abdullahi Ahmed An-Naim / Tugrul Keskin

Documentary on 
“Inside Koran: A Journey into the Heart of Islam”

A Paper on 
“Religious Reason & Secular Affect” 



 

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