About The Course
This course will explore the various ways philosophers of science have discussed the nature of scientific theories, their justifications, and their metaphysical underpinnings from the lens of Islam. It will also help explain how these discussions can impact assessment of scientific theories in relation to Islamic beliefs.
The course will take you through the philosophical issues of Islam and science, like demarcation problem, methodological naturalism, value and objectivity, underdetermination, various models of explanation, laws of nature, scientific realism, scientism, science and metaphysics, and much more.
Science has made a significant impact on religious traditions, which has led to several developments in the field of Islam and science. This course will focus on the philosophical discussions of science that can help Muslims as they navigate their way in the interface of Islam and science.
12 Live Online Sessions
Duration : 4 months
Saturdays, 2PM - 4 PM (London, UK)
Video Recordings Available
Starts on 1st October 2022
Pay in Full:
(Providing upto 20% scholarship on this Course)
Pay In 4 Installments:
£14.99 £12.49 per month
15th October 2022
Al Balagh Scholarship
AlBalagh Scholarship is available for learners who cannot afford the fee.
The Demarcation Problem
Value and Objectivity
Models of Explanation
Laws of Nature
Science and Scientism
Science and Metaphysics
This course aims to:
- Get an overview of philosophy of science.
- Appreciate the historical developments in the field.
- Understand the difference of opinions in the literature.
- Recognise some of the main thinkers in the discourse.
- Become familiar with some of the main works in the discipline.