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Religion and Philosophy according to Iqbal

Written by eastern writer on Saturday, May 31, 2008

For Iqbal, religion is not something that is isolated from philosophy. He advocates an integration of the two, sometimes suggesting that the science of psychology has not reached an advanced enough level to be able to incorporate spiritual experience as part of a scientific theory of knowledge. Iqbal thinks, given adequate methods, the ultimate reality is within human grasp.

Read Groundwork in Islamic Philosophy, by Macksood A. Aftab "ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE EXISTENCE OF GOD"

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