Malaysia - Japan Intellectual Exchange: “Japanese Value-driven Culture and Islamicate Universal Culture: A New Dimension of Intellectual-Spiritual Discourse Amidst the Global Crises” (IAIS Malaysia, 20 February 2020)
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Japanese Value-driven Culture
Islamicate Universal Culture

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Wan Mansor, Wan Naim. 2020. “Malaysia - Japan Intellectual Exchange: ‘Japanese Value-Driven Culture and Islamicate Universal Culture: A New Dimension of Intellectual-Spiritual Discourse Amidst the Global Crises’ (IAIS Malaysia, 20 February 2020)”. Islam and Civilisational Renewal </Br> ICR Journal 11 (1):176. https://icrjournal.org/index.php/icr/article/view/833.

Abstract

This public talk was jointly organised by IAIS Malaysia, the Japan Foundation Kuala Lumpur, and Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) as part of the IAIS Talk Series committed to promoting Islamic research on topics concerning civilisational renewal. The invited speaker was Dr Makoto Sawai, a young Japanese scholar from the Oyasato Institute for the Study of Religions, Tenri University, Japan. As a native of Japan and scholar of Islamic studies, Dr Sawai was in a unique position to compare cosmopolitan Islamic culture, derived from rich textual ideals about human life, with value-driven Japanese culture with its strong emphasis on ethics and self-discipline.

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