Philippe d'Iribarne, Paris, Gallimard, 2013.
The Koran refers relentlessly to a community united by a certainty brought by compelling evidence. Throughout history, this reference to certainty has profoundly affected Muslims’ mental universe. It is at work in Islamic philosophy. It is even found in the most secularized areas of societies, such as the vision of science. Favorable to the emergence of the power of a united community, such a view is hardly compatible with pluralism and debate.
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