IBT - Humanism in Islam


  • Author Marcel A. Boisard
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Marcel A. Boisard
The process of modernization has not lured the Muslims away from the remembrance of a glorious heritage. On the contrary, wherever the movement of Westernization has been too brutal, it has run into a religious challenge, Islam thus reappeared as one of the grand moral and political forces of the contemporary world.

Humanism in Islam has not been drafted only out of sympathy for the Muslims but also on account of historical evidence: Islamic civilization was the first to outline clear and mandatory provisions for protecting the destiny of man and society, and for creating order in the ties between peoples. As to its general character, this work attempts to encourage a certain Western public to abandon it ethnocentrism in order to better understand the legitimate aspirations- expressing themselves sometimes in chaos-of the present day Muslims.


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