RENAISSANCE OF THE EAST - THE SCIENTIFIC BASE OF THE WEST
Keywords:Islam, science, humanity, Muslim thinkers, scientific heritage.
The future of human civilization is directly related to our ability to learn from the historical experience of both Islamic and Western civilizations. Muslim scholars not only revived the heritage, but supplemented it with their own observations and research in the fields of philosophy, astronomy, history, mathematics, chemistry and medicine. The contribution of Muslim scholars to science testifies to the great progress of scientific development in the Muslim world. Their unique and outstanding research work showed that philosophy, science and technology can exist in harmony as a whole, and that Islam eliminates the contradiction between true faith and practical science. The scientific heritage of the Medieval East laid the foundations for the progress of science and technology in Europe. It is necessary to recognize the role of Muslim scientists and their scientific contribution to world science.
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