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Filozofija i Društvo
The growing interest of the Arabs in Arabic translations from Greek since the 8th century has been interpreted as a sign ^of humanism in Islam. This is comparable to humanists in Europe who, since the 14th century, considered the Greek and Latin literature the foundation of spiritual and moral education. We will have to address the question of whether a similar ideal of education has been developed in harmony with religion in the Islamic cultural sphere. The perceived tension between thedoi:10.2298/fid1301293d fatcat:2qkyjmtrebhl7al3hzw5fox5aq