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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Every society has an epistemic identity and its unique social identity is secured by way of the unity of its epistemic identity. The article at hand asserts that the unity and identity of modern experimental science is based upon the unity and identity of its underlying philosophy. Hence it follows that the division of philosophy into religious and secular calls for a similar division of science into two kinds, giving way subsequently to two kinds of identities. The present article aims to explain the characteristics of an Islamic science.