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This book contains the relation between Epistemology and Religious experience, in other words between the philosophy and Religion. We preferred to translate the book by religious experience, not religious experiments for two reasons .The first is to not get confused between the experiments in its scientific meaning, which is common in nature sciences, and the experiments in the social and human sciences. The second reason is that the experiment as the science visualize is not to diagnosis of phenomena, by excluding the person who is notices, and everything the express personal emotions, it’s excluded from the scientific reality.
From here the experience is more comprehensive and broadest in the second field (The Religion), more than the first field (The Science).
We offered this case” Epistemology and Religious experience” on the history of philosophy, in order to read the resulting manifestations. And we stopped at a modern station represented in an American philosopher named William Payne Alston, and the question is: why Alston?
That is what the book includes in details.
The writer in lines:-
Abdu Kasab Abd El-Qodos Slama.
Born in El-Snblawen Daqahlya, in 18/1/1963.
Got the PhD in philosophy under a common supervision and collected the scientific material from Germany in 1996.
The Egyptian side was presented by Prof. Murad Wehba.
The German side was presented by Prof. Urlich Hommes, professor of applied philosophy at Regensburg University.
Professor of modern philosophy in the faculty of Arts Zagazig University
Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development since 2007.
Member of Egyptian philosophical society.
Founding member in Salon Enb-Rashd.
|Editor||Mohamed H. A. Ghoneam|
|Number Of Pages||152|
|Publisher||Maktabt Dar Elkalema Publishing House|
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