For me, philosophy, as an idea, means universal, and in a radical sense, ‘rigorous’ science. As such, it is science built in on ultimate foundation, or, what comes down to the same thing, a science based on ultimate self-responsibility, in which, hence, nothing held to be obvious, either
. Among his research interests are relations between skepsis and creativity. He is currently editing collections of papers on Christian mysticism, comparative philosophy and Owen Barfield. There is science, and there is discourse about science. If we are concerned about their relationship, then we may
1 Introduction 1 The world is in a new round of technology and industrial development, which plays a prominent role in societal and economic transformation. Countries all over the world are actively promoting stem education, fusing science, technology, engineering, mathematics and other
India in the Second World War
The Constitution of Cultural Modernity
Although essays deal with the complex philosophical issues, these are discussed in a clear way, approcheable for a person with a broad philosophical interest. They are, however, addressed primarily to philosophers, social scientists, culturologists and aestheticians.
most elevated sciences until ʿAbd al-Raḥmān understood the wisdom of the treatises of the ancients. [ʿAbd al-Raḥmān] 4 sent the Algeciran ʿAbbās b. Nāṣiḥ 5 to Iraq, with a substantial amount of money to search for and copy ancient books, and ʿAbbās b. Nāṣiḥ brought back the Kitāb al-Zīǧ , the Qānūn
a rejection, in fact have two other, co-related purposes: (1) to emphasise the socially mediated character of people-nature relations, and of human knowledge about natural phenomena; (2) to oppose the importation of the positivist methods of natural science into historical materialism. 2 Moreover
Studies in Honor of Dimitri Gutas
Edited by Felicitas Opwis and David Reisman
Contributors include: Amos Bertolacci, Kevin van Bladel, Gideon Bohak, Sonja Brentjes, Charles Burnett, Hans Daiber, Gerhard Endress, William Fortenbaugh, Beatrice Gruendler, Jules Janssens, David King, Yahya Michot, Suleiman Mourad, Racha Omari, Felicitas Opwis, David Reisman, Heinrich von Staden, Tony Street, Hidemi Takahashi, Alexander Treiger, and Robert Wisnovsky.
Caroline Tee and David Shankland
Creator – a relationship which leads them to knowledge . 1 Generally, when people in Turkey hear the term ‘Science Olympiads,’ it is the Hizmet schools that come to mind . 2 One of the defining features of the Gülen-Hizmet movement is its prolific activity in the field of private education
collectively offer focused attention to a notion, and in attending together, to undo that notion in order to make space to build something else in its place … or perhaps in another place altogether. That notion is a singular European origin of modern science in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a