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RUMI AND MODERN SCIENTIFIC VIEWS 1 editions

RUMI AND MODERN SCIENTIFIC VIEWS
Nezameddin Faghih, Ali Faghih
About the Book

Rumi and Modern Scientific Views considers Rumi’s work from a different point of view. Jalaladdin Rumi (1207-1273), one of the greatest geniuses of mankind and the most eminent mystical poet of any age and all time, has composed over 70,000 verses of poetry. His work has been translated into many languages and is now one of the most widely read poets in America; the more people learned about Rumi, the more they appreciated his depth and were encouraged to dig deeper. This book is also trying to dig deeper; although Rumi’s name stands for love and ecstatic fl ight into the infi nite, he has also poetized his scientifi c and philosophic concepts and doctrines, which today, after centuries, are established and understood as well known scientifi c facts. This book attempts to fi ll in the non-recognized gaps, mainly in the history of physical sciences, covering some important topics in modern scientific views.

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