Islam and the Integration of Society
Psychology Press, 1998 - 293 էջ
Ths book is one of the most important to explore the formation of Islamic thought and civilisation. William Montgomery Watt made an outstanding contribution to Islamic scholarship.
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PROBLEMS AND PRESUPPOSITIONS
THE PLACE OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FACTORS
THE ROLE OF IDEATION
THE WILL TO UNITY AND DISUNITY
THE INTEGRATION OF POLITICAL LIFE
THE INTEGRATION OF THE MORES
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