I intend to introduce dialectical traditionalists like neo Ghazzalis to latest research on compatibilism, because secularists in west blame him for regressive East because he considered legal praxis more important than ideas, but Feynman considered it a strength instead of weakness. Even Afro American secularist scientist named Niel uttered the same cliche lazily. In fact I have inspired a fundamentalist to study philosophy at university. While you are more qualified to make western thought more diverse and universal by studying modern thought of integralism and reluctantly existential psychology ( as some open minded westerners think it enables imperialism which I do not know why) and when you grow too old to study perennialism. But this mutual bridge construction is a two century project I guess.