Comparative Study of Shared Views of Muslim and Non-Muslim Scholars on Philosophy and Education

We live in a world where everything is always about me: my religion, my house, my phone..etc., forgetting on many occasions that there is a world beyond our own petty existence. In this context, the content of this book is a refreshing reminder that everything is not always about me but about us. Us, who believe, regardless of birth place, descend, religion or gender, that there is a God, a higher power that we all strive to know and to Whom we will all return in the end. We, as a whole, can always find things that unite us despite all out differences. This applies to how we think about philosophy and education.

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  1. Preface
  2. Chapter 1: Comparative Study of Tusi and Aristotle’s Shared Views on Philosophy
  3. Chapter 2: Comparative Study of Ghazali and Augustine’s Shared Views on Philosophy
  4. Chapter 3: Comparative Study of Ibn Miskawayh and Aquinas’s Shared Views on Philosophy
  5. Chapter 4: Comparative Study of Farabi and Spinoza's Shared Views on Philosophy
  6. Chapter 5: Comparative Study of Ibn Sina and Edwards’s Shared Views on Philosophy
  7. Chapter 6: Comparative Study of Rumi, Saadi, Rousseau, Dewey’s Shared Views on Moral Education
  8. General Conclusion