By Hans Daiber
Islamic inspiration is the main appealing results of a multicultural discussion. Islamic tradition grew to become a bridge among antiquity, Iranian students, Syriac and Arabic Christians and the Latin heart a while. Its richness of principles, its plurality of values can give a contribution to the necessities of contemporary plurality. The monograph goals at a historic and bibliographical survey of the qur nic and rational world-view of early Islam, of the interval of translations from Greek into Syriac and Arabic, and of the impression of Islamic proposal at the Latin heart a while. serious reflexions of Muslim students motivated new medical rules and make us conscious of the contribution of Islam to humanity."
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