Tag Archives: Scientific Method

Does Faith Constrain Progress and Use of Science

Salman Ahmed Shaikh Does faith require abandoning reason, reflecting on the matter, searching for physical answers and finding physical solutions? As per religion, using material means, experimentally proven knowledge and medication is not problematic. For instance, in psychological disorders and … Continue reading

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Is Contribution to Science Only a Western Enterprise

Salman Ahmed Shaikh Ehsan Masood in his book ‘Science and Islam: A History’ writes that Muslim contribution to science is largely forgotten or at least neglected, except by a few diligent specialists[i]. Science is universal and is not just a … Continue reading

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The Scientific Method & Faith-Based Worldview

Salman Ahmed Shaikh In simple words, science is knowledge established by observation and experimentation through an objective process. Science tries to disentangle useful knowledge about the matter so that this knowledge can be put to effective use. For the physical … Continue reading

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Need for Meaning to Existence

Salman Ahmed Shaikh The twentieth century can well and truly be regarded as the century of modern science. Science has made us understand the physical world better and to make the ever-more effective use of matter around us. The comforts … Continue reading

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