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The Quest for Meaning Paperback – September 28, 2010
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A prophetic, passionate and insightful book. Ramadan's message is urgent: our very survival depends upon our ability to build a harmonious, respectful global community -- Karen Armstrong FT
About the Author
Tariq Ramadan is a Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford and a Senior Research Fellow at the Lokahi Foundation. He has been described as one of the 'most important innovators for the twenty-first century' by Time magazine.
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Dr. Ramadan invites us to begin our journey into pluralism by not just wishing to view others with equality, but by examining ourselves in the process of our viewing others. In a poetic arrangement of chapters, each of which builds carefully and powerfully on the previous, he takes us on an exploration of self-discovery as we learn how to accept and appreciate others. His knowledge, admiration, and respect of multiple faiths wears off on the reader as his ideas and suggestions are seamlessly supported by scriptures and inspired quotes from around the world. This opened a door in my mind I wasn't aware even existed.
Amazing and wonderful; this is a guidebook not just for pluralism but humanity, whether the reader is atheist, agnostic, or devout of any faith.
its a great book ... its concepts very deep and in contrast to philosophical books is verey easy to read and to reflect on our daily life...
my best part as muslim arab lady that I am read this book with my christian western friend .. this book helped us to understand us much better ... this book discuss the meaning in many aspects of life that we do our best to debate and disagree on them ... yet we all agree that these aspects are a fundemuntals in life that we all share it together ...