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Seyyed Hossein Nasr’s Ecological Ethics: Bridging Science, Religion, and the Environment

Title: Seyyed Hossein Nasr’s Ecological Ethics
Subtitle: Bridging Science, Religion, and the Environment
Subject Classification: Religion and Faith, Philosophy, Sustainability, Morals 
THEMA Classification: JBSR, QDHK, RNU, 5PGP
BISAC Classification: SOC048000, PHI046000, SCI020000
Binding: Hardback, ebook, pp.250
Publication date: 1st December 2023
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-294-7
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-295-4

Price: £87.99

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The book explores the profound insights of Seyyed Hossein Nasr, an Islamic scholar, on the ecological crisis and its underlying causes. Nasr argues that the dominance of scientism, which prioritizes contemporary science as the sole source of knowledge, has led to a destructive relationship between humans and nature. He proposes that restoring the religious perspective is crucial for finding a lasting solution to the ecological problem.

The book delves into Nasr's comprehensive body of work, covering diverse subjects such as Islamic philosophy, Islamic art, Islamic science, Sufism, and the ecological crisis. Nasr's approach advocates for a holistic and inclusive philosophy that draws inspiration from the perennial philosophy and the principles of Islam. He emphasizes the importance of reconnecting with our spiritual heritage and rediscovering reverence for the natural world. The book also discusses the relevance and applicability of Nasr's ideas to non-Islamic cultures and societies.

This is a unique study into the work of an important Islamic scholar and ecologist. The key audience includes scholars and researchers interested in Islamic philosophy, environmental ethics, and the intersection of religion and ecology.


Author: Dr. Muzzamel Hussain Imran is Post-doctoral research fellow at Tongji University, Shanghai, China.


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