All posts by Nadeem Haque

Nadeem Haque is a philosopher of science, author and practicing civil engineering in Canada. Nadeem has written numerous books and articles/papers at the intersection between Islam and Science/Philosophy, tackling major areas such as evolution, consciousness, extraterrestrial life/Quran, the environment/animals, science/religion unification, pre-ancient history, history of science, physics (its unification), philosophical science fiction and futurism, and poetry. He was the co-founder of the King’s College Islamic Society in 1985 and is currently the Director of the Institute of Higher Reasoning (IHR). Nadeem is the grandson of Al-Hafiz B.A. Masri, whose pioneering research he continued after Masri's passing.

Ecolibrium, On Humans, Animals and Nature in Islam

According to the Quran, … humans are not unique as sentient forms of life but are a class of species in the cosmos who can either be a creative or a destructive force in nature. They are responsible for the safekeeping of the intrinsic balance of nature.

/ January 31, 2024