Sacred Law And The Secular State

How do we define justice? Where do religion and law intersect? Two lawyers and thinkers, Jon Eisenberg and Munes Tomeh, discuss these issues in the context of Constitutional and Islamic law.


Justice and Mercy on the Scale

Social justice is a moral objective that resonates widely, but the Qur’an calls on us to not neglect mercy.


Beware What Comes Within from Without

Does habitual exposure to digital images destroy the stillness of heart required for seeing God within our soul?

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What Images Are Doing to Our Souls

Can spiritual philosophy teach us how to pay attention to the effects digital images have on our souls?


Can Our Science and Economics Honor Nature?

Our insatiable desire to view nature as a material resource can only be repelled by acknowledging immaterial reality.

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Al-Ghazālī on Cause and Effect

In his discussion on causality, did al-Ghazālī succeed in safeguarding miracles as well as certainty about the world?

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The Great Chain of Consciousness

Why did many Muslim metaphysicians see the universe and all of its contents as alive?

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Is the Matter of Metaphysics Immaterial? Yes and No

During the "Golden Age of Islam," philosophy was at the heart of the intellectual Muslim tradition. Its decline coincided with the decline of Islam. Is that a coincidence?

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Can Materialism Explain the Mind?

Some philosophers believe materialism has now reached an insurmountable quandary in the question of consciousness.


The Roots of Our Crises

A speech about the roots of our crises in the modern world and why we started Renovatio


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