Thinking Methods of Muslim Thinkers From Experience to Mystical Experience written by Dr Nadia Maftouni has been published by London Academy of Iranian Press.
This book suggests that during the Islamic Golden Age, a variety of thinking methods flourished amongst Muslim scientists and philosophers each of which would contribute to human civilization. The thinking methods of Muslim thinkers include a variety of approaches: mathematical method, empirical method, reason, mystical intuition, and philart or sciart. A set of thinking methods is required for surviving and developing civilization. However, dramatically important in today’s world is that the balance ought to be maintained.
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