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Islam and Modernity: Key Issues and Debates
M. Masud, A. Salvatore, M. Bruinessen
Published 2009
Philosophy
Preface Part 1 Conceptualising Modernity 1. Tradition and Modernity within Islamic Civilisation and the West, Armando Salvatore 2. Western Scholars of Islam on the Issue of Modernity, Muhammad Khalid… Expand
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