Challenging beliefs about intellectual culture, Makdisi reaffirms the links between Western and Arabic thought and shows that although scholasticism and humanism have long been considered to be exclusive to the Western world, they have their roots in the medieval Islamic world.
Life under Islamic Rule - Persian Cultural Traditions Became an Important Part of IslamicCivilization, but Today Iran Struggles to Find Its Identity, Torn between the Desire for Democratic Progress and Adherence to the Laws of Islam harnik, eva.
The World and I, Vol. 17, No. 2, February 2002
Ancient Islamic Texts to See Light of Net ; Egyptian University Said Last Week It Plans to Publish Its Tightly Guarded Islamic Manuscripts on the Web Gauch, Sarah.
The Christian Science Monitor, March 15, 2001
The State According to Muhammad Islamic Scholars Agree the Prophet Is the Guide, but Not on How to Enact His Political Principles Peter Ford, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, April 22, 1993