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Since psychology and religion share the same ground in terms of providing explanations about the human being, many religious teachings also contain psychological descriptions. Islamic civilization, which has existed in vast geographies for centuries, offers unique sources to explain human feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. On the other hand, scientific western psychology has asserted important theories and researches in understanding human beings. Today, western psychology needs to be enriched with new perspectives to make more comprehensive explanations about people with different cultural backgrounds. Written by Sevde Düzgüner, this book is the product of an effort to discuss the human model of Islam and the human theories of psychology with a complementary approach. This book recommends methodological points that must be considered while studying in both fields. It also attempts to draw a a road map for further studies by determining the areas where Islamic psychology could contribute to western psychology.
In: Psychology of Religion in Turkey
In: Psychology of Religion in Turkey