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Islamisation of Knowledge and Contributions of Muslim Scholars in Science and Technology

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Planning Research and Statistics, Zamfara Cotton Development Agency. Zamfara State, NIGERIA
  • 2 School of Language, Federal College of Education (Technical), Zamfara State, NIGERIA
  • 3 Federal Urdu University of Arts, Sciences and Technology, Karachi, PAKISTAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (12), Pages 126-129, December,2 (2015)

Abstract

Islamisation of knowledge means practising i.e. discovering, compiling, piecing together, communicating and publishing intellectual activities based on Islamic concept of the universe, life and man. This paper examines the rationale, scope and core issues for Islamisation of knowledge. Finally, we assess the contributions of Muslim scholars in science and technology. The major conclusions drawn from this paper were: there is no doubt that Islam is relevant to all aspect of thinking, living or being. This relevance must be articulated, correctly in each discipline. The textbook used must be rewritten, establishing the discipline on integral aspect of the Islamic vision of reality. Moreover Muslim teachers have to be trained in the use of new textbooks and Muslim Universities, Colleges and Schools transformed in order to resume their pioneering leadership in the world of Islam and history.

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