‘Hayy ibn Yaqdhan’ and the European Enlightenment

Ibn Tufayl’s masterpiece remains as relevant today as it was centuries ago. Its enduring legacy is a testimony to its core message that what we do with the gifts of reason, faith, understanding and compassion matters more than anything else.

What is the Atlas of Islamic Thought? An Interview with Ibrahim Halil Ucer

“We have prepared this project to position Islamic philosophy to its rightfully earned place in the general history of philosophy. As long as we don’t position Islamic philosophy and sciences in the general history of thought, we won’t be able to regain our historical consciousness and to dare to think,” says Ibrahim Halil Ucer, the project coordinator of the Atlas of Islamic Thought.