Islam Causality and Freedom

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About The Book

In this volume Ozgur Koca offers a comprehensive survey of Islamic accounts of causality and freedom from the medieval to the modern era as well as contemporary relevance. His book is an invitation for Muslims and non-Muslims to explore a rich but largely forgotten aspect of Islamic intellectual history. Here he examines how key Muslim thinkers such as Ibn Sina Ghazali Ibn Rushd Ibn Arabi Suhrawardi Jurjani Mulla Sadra and Nursi among others conceptualized freedom in the created order as an extension of their perception of causality. Based on this examination Koca identifies and explores some of the major currents in the debate on causality and freedom. He also discusses the possible implications of Muslim perspectives on causality for contemporary debates over religion and science.

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