The Ethical Dimension of Human Attitude Towards Nature: A Muslim Perspective
"We are fortunate, indeed, to have this study by Ibrahim Ozdemir. It ranges widely over those sources of our problematic relationships with the natural world as well as resources within Islam for rethinking how we humans can begin to revisit those relationships.
This is a seminal scholarly work that spans Eurasian intellectual history on environmental attitudes towards the very foundations of the community of life." John A. Grim, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Center for Bioethics, Yale University.
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