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Re-Origination of Medical Sciences

Re-Origination of Medical Sciences

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Title: Re-Origination of Medical Sciences
Author: Elsheikh, Taha Ahmed Elmukashfi
Abstract: Rooting implies incorporation of science into a more comprehensive order, relationship between originality and modernity. It is in a sense that approximates meaning of philosophy, as it is stated in sense of religion. It includes a definition of relationship between science, philosophy and religion, while Islamization is limited to meaning of religion. Finally, term "Islamization" implies conclusively that position does not depart from limits of Islam or infidelity, whereas term "rooting" suggests in a hypothetical sense that position of jurisprudence varies between right and wrong. Rooting of science is related to how to achieve cultural progress in Muslim societies. This leads to three divisions of domain of rooting science: (1) Absolute acceptance (tradition): Achieving cultural progress of Muslim societies is a return to past and isolation from contemporary societies and their scientific contributions and stand at origins of religion and its branches with absolute rejection of contributions of contemporary Western societies in field of science. (2) Absolute Rejection (Westernization): Achieving civilized progress of Muslim societies can only be achieved by adopting values of Western societies even those that contradict origins of religion. (3) The calendar (monetary) (renewal): Achievement of cultural progress is to absorb what does not contradict origins of Islam, which represents civilized structure of Muslim societies, whether they are creation of Muslims or contributions of other contemporary societies. Rooting of science is a cognitive knowledge activity that examines theoretical principles of a college prior to scientific research in partial phenomena in kind, and takes from peremptory texts that received from human and nature absolute objective controls. It also takes jurisprudence of Muslim scholars and their philosophers to understand what is stated in texts of hypocrisy of man and nature or their studies on phenomena of partial in-kind starting point not the end point of this cognitive activity.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25269


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