Dînî Çoğulculuk, Ateizm ve Geleneksel Ekol
Religious Pluralism, Atheism and Perennial Philosophy
This book contains various articles that have been previously published, concerned with a variety of issues. In the first chapter, the problem of religious pluralism is addressed from a Muslim perspective, as well as a tangible solution being offered. In the second chapter, some challenges of modern atheism, taken from the writings of Michael Martin, are analyzed and critiqued, based on Islamic faith. In the last chapter, perennial philosophy and its notion of tradition are examined and discussed. The most important section of this book, without a doubt, is the appendix, as here there are two interesting interviews, one with Seyyed Hossein Nasr, the other with Nasr and John Hick. A subtle criticism of modernity seems to be the binding theme that runs throughout the book.
2010, 165 pgs,