Written by Caner Taslaman, author of The Quran: Unchallegeable Miracle, This book examines diverse fields like physics and astronomy, and philosophy and theology, reuniting the information from all these separate fields and exposing the walls that have been raised between them. With this book, the author adds to the debate revolving around the 'anthropic principle' by developing the 'world principle.' The author offers the reader an original critique of materialist philosophy, ancient Greek philosophy, and in particular of Kant and Hawking, making this book highly informative and thought-provoking. The reader not only finds answers to questions about the meaning of our existence, but also gains new insights into science, philosophy and theology.
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Caner Taslaman resides and conducts his scholarly research in Istanbul, Turkey, the city of his birth. After completing undergraduate studies in Sociology at Bosphorus University he obtained his master's and doctoral degrees in Philosophy and Religious Studies at Marmara University. Taslaman also studied Political Science at Istanbul University, and was visiting scholar at the University of Tokyo. His particular areas of interest include the Quran and science, the philosophy of science, the philosophy of biology, globalization and Islam and the sociology of religion. In addition to this book, he is the author of Fabricated Islam versus Quranic Islam, The Theory of Evolution and God, and The Quran: Unchallengeable Miracle.
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Book Description Citlembik, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M994442403X
Book Description Citlembik, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11994442403X