Yavuz, Salih Sabri
January 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2005, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p67
Academic Journal
This study examines Iqbal's interpretation that future is a field of contingencies in the divine knowledge, and compares the similar statements in the philosophy of process with the analysis on the subject in classical theology.


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