Impact of Islamic Civilization on The Modern World: General
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This presentation reminds us of the profound impact of Classical Islamic Civilization and Culture in the making of the Modern World. Islam brought about an intellectual revolution in the East and expanded it to the West, - enveloping the entire globe today. Islam introduced reason in both the secular and the religious aspects of the human affairs. In the wave after wave of refreshing thinking and creativity over various periods, Islamic ideas in maths, algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geometry, philosophy, theology, sociology, anthropology and experimental sciences from astrophysics, chemistry, medicine, pharmacology, physics, aviation and maritime sciences, -flooded the European continent, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia and Middle East during various stages of their intellectual development. Through the Scholastic Period (1200s), Renaissance (1400s-1600s) and the Age of Enlightenment (1600s-1700s); Islamic scholarship, science and innovation changed the secular and the religious domains of the Western world. This well-documented and easily traceable impact is felt every day in every walk of life from mundane to sublime, though often we are not aware of it nor most people ever acknowledge it, - and that's both as Muslims and non-Muslim!
There is an overarching intent of good faith here in the presentations, to show that the contemporary world we live in today is the product of constructive and meaningful interaction of generations of profound Muslim thinkers and ungrudging acceptance by non-Muslims of those Muslim ideas that were universally applicable. Since the r
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