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Beyond the troubled relationship

If scientific culture in the Muslim world has changed since the golden era of Islamic science, so has the practice of Islam. Reintroducing knowledge and creativity requires a revival of both, argues Ziauddin Sardar.

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Sardar, Z. Beyond the troubled relationship. Nature 448, 131–133 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/448131a

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