This clip constitutes the third part of IRSS’s panel titled "Between the Universal Claims of Reason and the Locality of Everyday Material Experience: Morality and Aesthetics in Islamic Law and Philosophy", presented by Dr. Ahmed Abdel Meguid of Syracuse University and Dr. Mohammad Fadel of the University of Toronto.
This panel is part of a broader lecture series hosted in collaboration with the Muslim Association of Canada, titled "The History and Future of Islamic Philosophy: A Foundational, Critical, and Comparative Approach". This panel was the third and last instalment of this series.
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