Book review “Critical thinking: an Islamic perspective”

Critical Thinking: An Islamic Perspective, by Muhammad Mumtaz Ali, published by the Thinker’s Library in 2008, explores “critical thinking” within the context of the Islamist revivalist movement. At 168 pages, the book consists of an Introduction and five chapters. Upon closer inspection, however, the book turns out to be more of a critique of ‘modernist,’ ‘moderate,’ and ‘liberalist’ Muslims than an inquiry into the meaning of critical thinking, from the Islamic perspective.

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Book review Critical thinking

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