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Muhammad U. Faruque

Muhammad U. Faruque

University of Cincinnati

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Muhammad U. Faruque’s research lies at the intersection of religion, science, philosophy, and literature, especially in relation to the Islamic intellectual tradition. His highly acclaimed book Sculpting the Self (University of Michigan Press, 2021) addresses “what it means to be human” in a secular, post-Enlightenment world by exploring notions of selfhood and subjectivity in Islamic and non-Islamic literatures, including modern philosophy and neuroscience. Faruque is Inayat Malik Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati.