Why Is Islamic Philosophy Considered "Islamic" according to the article by Seyyed Hossein Nasr?
Topic: Classical essay argument
May 25, 2019 / By Ebony Question:
I am in Religious Studies and wanted to ask for help writting an essay about the topic. The key point here is "Islamic Philosophy is considered islamic because it derives its principles and inspiration from the sources of Islamic revelation" Please help me come up with more arguments, points and possibly a little paragraph. Thank you :)
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Chanel | 10 days ago
The main sources of classical or early Islamic philosophy are the religion of Islam itself. It derives its principles and inspirations from the sources of Islamic revelations (Quran and Hadith)
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maybe if you search it on google you will realize that it's called islamic philosophy because it's the muslims description of their opinion of philosophy. there's probably a reason their inspiration came from islamic revelation. CAUSE IT MAKES SENSE. do research. pple on yahoo won't help. trust me, sweetheart.
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Metaphysics is something through which you can justify anything. Islam is a clear Deen (Deen-e-Mubeen) and Quran is clear book (Kitabun Mubeen)
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there may be good reasons, but the quote you offer is not a good one, more of an example of circular reasoning. To say that something is Islamic because it comes from Islamic sources, is like saying that something is Christian because it comes from Christian sources. not good logic.
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Originally Answered: Do you believe in these Islamic contributions?
Islamic people have certainly contributed a lot to civilisation... personally, I have nver denied that fact, as I am well known in the 'Homework Help' section, helping kids with their 'Al Jebra'
but, that does not make the religion any less repressive, or any more true
The great scientist, Isaac Newton, believed in alchemy and numerology....... scientific genius, does not make a person's religious beliefs true