Mehdi Golshani

Professor of Physics

Department of Physics , Sharif University of Technology

Chapter of a Book

1. “The Status of Physics in Iran ,”in Physics Education in Asia, ed. By S. Aidid et al. (Kuala – Lumpur: Malaysian Scientific Association, 1988), p. 37

2. “Philosophy of Science form the Qur’anic Perspective”, in Towards Islamization of Disciplines(USA : International Institute of Islamic Thought, 1989). p. 71

3. “The Sciences of Nature in an Islamic Perspective”, in The Concept of Nature in Science and Theology (SSHT6/1998), ed. By N.H. Gregersen et al., Geneva: Labor et Fides, 1998, p. 56

4. “Direct Particle Quantum Interaction” (With A. Shojai), in Contemporary Fundamental Physics, 1, Nova Science Publishers, 1998

5. “Ways of Understanding Nature”, in The Interplay Between Scientific Theological Worldviews (SSTH6/1998), ed. By N.H. Gregersen et al., Geneva: Labor et Fides, 1999, p. 183

6. “Theistic Science”, in God for the Twenty First Century, USA: John Templeton Foundation, 2000, p. 192

7. “ Priorities of Science in the Islamic Polity,” in Science and Technology Education for Development in the Islamic World, ( Amman, Jordan :

Islamic Academy of Sciences, 2000), p. 83.

8. “Have Physicists Been Able to Dispense with Philosophy?”, in Recent Advances in Relativity Theory, ed. By M.C. Duffy & M. Wegner, Palm Harbor, FL.: Hadronic Press, 2001, p. 90

9. “The Ladder to God”, in Faith in Science: Scientific Search for Truth, ed. By W.M. Richardson & G. Slack, London, Routhledge, Fall 2001, p. 120

10. “Causality in the Islamic Outlook and in Modern Physics”, in Studies in Science & Theology edited by N. H. Gregersen et. al., Aarhus , Denmark: University of Aarhus , 2002, p. 185.

11. “Creation in the Islamic Outlook”, in God, Life and Cosmos: Christian and Islamic Perspectives, ed. by Ted Peters et. al. , London: Ashgate Pub. , 2002, p. 223

12. “ Sacred Science vs. Secular Science” , in Science and Religion in a Post- Colonial World, ed. By Zainal Abidin Bagir, Adelaide, AFT Press, 2005, p.77.

13. “ Future Science Needs a more Comprehensive Framework,” in Energy for Sustainable development and Science for the Future of the Islamic World and Humanity (Amman , Jordan: Islamic World Academy of Sciences, 2006),p. 381.

14. “ The Nature of Knowledge in Science and Religion,” in Studies in Science & Theology edited by Dirk Evers, Antje Jackelene , and Taede A. Smedes , Germany: Forum Scientiarum , 2010, p. 133.

15. “Quantum Theory, Causality, and Islamic Thought,” in The Routledge Companion to Religion and Science, edited by James W. Haag et al., London:

Routledge,2012, p.179.

16. “ Natural Religion: An Islamic Perspective,” in Studies in Science & Theology edited by Dirk Evers, Michael Fuller, Antje Jackelene , and Taede A. Smedes , Germany: Forum Scientiarum , 2012, p. 67.

17. “ Metaphysics as the Bridge Between Science and Religion,” in Proceedings of the International Congress of The World Philosophy Day 2010, edited by Gholamreza Aavani & Shahin Aavani, Tehran: Iranian Institute of Philosophy, 2013, p. 177.

18. “ The Rise and Decline of Science in the Muslim World,” in Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development in the Islamic World: The Policies and Politics Rapprochement (Amman , Jordan: Islamic World Academy of Sciences, 2013),p. 323.

19. “Islam Can Give A Proper Orientation To Science and Technology Development”, in Islamic Perspectives on Science and Technology ( Springer,2015).

20. ” Promoting a Culture of Peace and Stability in the Muslim World through an Islamic Approach to Science and Technology,” in Apocalypse and the Hope of Renewal (International Institute of Public Policy and Management, University of Malaya,2015), p. 193.

21. ” Promoting a Culture of Peace and Stability in the Muslim World through an Islamic Approach to Science and Technology,” in Apocalypse and the Hope of Renewal (International Institute of Public Policy and Management, University of Malaya,2015), p. 193.

22. “Modern Science and Challenges to Some Islamic Theological Doctrines”, in Islam & Science: Muslim Responses to Science’s Big Questions( Muslim World Initiative,2016), p.116.

23. “A new method of brain stimulation at ultra-high frequency”,
Yousef Jamali1, Mohammad Jamali, Mehdi Golshani , arXiv preprint arXiv:1904.12456, 2019 – arxiv.org

24. “Science Needs a Comprehensive Worldview” , M Golshani , Theology and Science, 2020,

25. “The Role of Metaphysics: As a Bridge between Science and Religion”, M. Golshani, Journal of Philosophical Investigations,2020,Vol. 14,No. 32,p.369.

26. “From Physics to Metaphysics: Islamic Perspective and Contemporary Outlook”, M. Golshani, Journal of Philosophical Investigations,2021, Vol. 15, No. 36,p. 83.

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1- The Holy Qur’an and the Science of Nature, Global Publication, New York, 1998   This collection of essays, based on lectures delivered by the author, offers an ...
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