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    • Spiritual Philosophy and Scientific Truths
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      Spiritual Philosophy and Scientific Truths

      Spiritual Philosophy and Scientific TruthsRate this post By: Ayatullah Muhammad Taqi Misbah Yazdi A glance at the fundamental philosophical questions, to which spiritual and materialist philosophies give contradictory answers, clearly shows that the areas of contention between the two opposing points of view have nothing to do with experimental matters. Whatever the solutions found to […]

    •  Ghazali’s Theory of Virtue
      Ghazali’s Theory of Virtue
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      Ghazali’s Theory of Virtue

      Ghazali’s Theory of Virtue3.3 (65.26%) 19 votes “Ghazali’s Theory of Virtue” is a detail work on studies in Islamic philosophy and science, and a study of Ghazali’s ethical thought as shown in his extensive treatment of the virtues and their relation to the ends of life and to each other.

    •  A History of Philosophy, Vol. 3
      A History of Philosophy, Vol. 3
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      A History of Philosophy, Vol. 3

      A History of Philosophy, Vol. 3Rate this post Conceived originally as a serious presentation of the development of philosophy for Catholic seminary students, Frederick Copleston’s nine-volume A History Of Philosophyhas journeyed far beyond the modest purpose of its author to universal acclaim as the best history of philosophy in English Late Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy Volume 3…

    •  Necessity, Causation and Determinism in Ibn Sina and His Critics
      Necessity, Causation and Determinism in Ibn Sina and His Critics
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      Necessity, Causation and Determinism in Ibn Sina and His Critics

      Necessity, Causation and Determinism in Ibn Sina and His CriticsRate this post Ibn Sina’s philosophy has been subject to various criticisms from Western philosophers over the course of the centuries. In this paper, the focus is on recent criticisms that gravitate about the doctrine of necessity. It is held that Ibn Sina’s view allows for no freedom: no […]

    •  Islamic Philosophy from its Origin to the Present
      Islamic Philosophy from its Origin to the Present
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      Islamic Philosophy from its Origin to the Present

      Islamic Philosophy from its Origin to the Present4 (80%) 1 vote AIslamic Philosophy from Its Origin to the Present offers a comprehensive overview of Islamic philosophy from the ninth century to the present day. As Seyyed Hossein Nasr attests, within this tradition, philosophizing is done in a world in which prophecy is the central reality […]

    •  Society and History
      Society and History
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      Society and History

      Society and HistoryRate this post The Society and History (Jami’e wa tarikh) is one in a series of seven books by Martyr Murtada Mutahhari, which together constitute his important work Introduction to the Islamic World Outlook (Muqaddameh ‘i bar jahan bini-ye Islami). The other six in this series are: Man and Faith (lnsan wa lman), The World […]

    •  Philosophic Conceptualities of the Self in Messianism / Mahdism
      Philosophic Conceptualities of the Self in Messianism / Mahdism
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      Philosophic Conceptualities of the Self in Messianism / Mahdism

      Philosophic Conceptualities of the Self in Messianism / MahdismRate this post How beautiful are the feet of the herald on the mountains, announcing peace, heralding good tidings, announcing salvation, saying to Zion, “Your God has manifested His kingdom.” (Isaiah 52:7) I saw in the night visions, and, behold, one like the Son of man came […]

    •  Medieval Philosophy
      Medieval Philosophy
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      Medieval Philosophy

      Medieval Philosophy3.3 (65.71%) 28 votes The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy: Spanning a millennium of thought extending from Augustine to Thomas Aquinas and beyond, this volume takes its readers into one of the most exciting periods in the history of philosophy. It includes not only the thinkers of the Latin West but also the profound […]

    •  Islam and Religious Pluralism
      Islam and Religious Pluralism
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      Islam and Religious Pluralism

      Islam and Religious PluralismRate this post Liberalism and Pluralism, religious pluralism in the Qur’an and Islam.

    •  Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 3
      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 3
      3.3 (65.17%) 58 votes

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 3

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 33.3 (65.17%) 58 votes Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 3 Medieval Philosophy This third volume is devoted to the philosophical traditions that arose in the Middle Ages, encompassing Arab, Jewish and Latin thinkers.

    • Philosophical Theology
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      Philosophical Theology

      Philosophical TheologyRate this post Knowing God In this section the main emphasis is on the Eminent Greek Philosophers i.e. ‘Plato’ and ‘Aristotle’. However, it is appropriate first to briefly look into the theology during “The Period Of Fantasies” and “The Cosmologists Before Socrates” and then during the time of Socrates. Chapter One: Period of Fantasy […]

    •  Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 6
      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 6
      2.7 (53.33%) 9 votes

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 6

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 62.7 (53.33%) 9 votes Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 6 The Age of German Idealism German Idealism was one of the most fertile and important movements in the history of Western philosophy. This volume includes eleven chapters on all aspects and the period’s most influential philosophers, including Kant and Hegel.

    •  Philosophy of Religion
      Philosophy of Religion
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      Philosophy of Religion

      Philosophy of Religion2.8 (56.17%) 47 votes The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Religion: The philosophy of religion as a distinct discipline is an innovation of the last two hundred years, but its central topics–the existence and nature of the divine, humankind’s relation to it, the nature of religion and its place in human life–have been […]

    • Ultimate Questions in Philosophy of Religion
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      Ultimate Questions in Philosophy of Religion

      Ultimate Questions in Philosophy of ReligionRate this post Shaykh Mansour Leghaei, in this book delves into the philosophy behind several intrinsic faith matters such as belief in God, free-will or predeterminism, the question of evil and much more.   Source: al-islam.org

    • Scientific Indications of Resurrection
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      Scientific Indications of Resurrection

      Scientific Indications of ResurrectionRate this post By : Ayatullah Sayyid Mujtaba Musavi Lari One of the valuable benefits that have been derived from the ceaseless progress of experimental science is that it has proven the possibility of the man’s restoration to life. The advancement of human knowledge has, in fact, opened up a very interesting […]

    •  Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 1
      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 1
      3.1 (62.36%) 110 votes

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 1

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 13.1 (62.36%) 110 votes Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 1 From the Beginning to Plato This volume covers many of the most important philosophers and movements of the nineteenth century, including utilitarianism, positivism and pragmatism.

    • The Causes Responsible for Materialist Tendencies in the West
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      The Causes Responsible for Materialist Tendencies in the West

      The Causes Responsible for Materialist Tendencies in the WestRate this post Materialism: The topic of the present study are the causes that lie behind materialist tendencies. Before we proceed with the discussion it is necessary that we first define the word ‘materialism,’ as a term current in common usage, and specify its exact meaning for […]

    • The Relationship between Philosophy and Theology in the Postmodern Age
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      The Relationship between Philosophy and Theology in the Postmodern Age

      The Relationship between Philosophy and Theology in the Postmodern AgeRate this post Dr. Muhammad Legenhausen When I was a student at a Catholic high school in Queens, New York, I was taught that although philosophy is the mother of the sciences, she is also the handmaid of theology. Sometimes the dialogue between philosophy and theology […]

    • Philosophical Theology
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      Philosophical Theology

      Philosophical TheologyRate this post Author : Imam Reza Network Knowing God In this section the main emphasis is on the Eminent Greek Philosophers i.e. ‘Plato’ and ‘Aristotle’. However, it is appropriate first to briefly look into the theology during “The Period Of Fantasies” and “The Cosmologists Before Socrates” and then during the time of Socrates. […]

    •  Suhrawardi and the School of Illumination
      Suhrawardi and the School of Illumination
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      Suhrawardi and the School of Illumination

      Suhrawardi and the School of IlluminationRate this post Shihab al-Din Yahya Suhrawardi, also known as Shaikh al-ishraq or the Master of Illumination, lived in the sixth century AH / twelfth century CE. His thoughts form a consistent and coherent philosophical system, and a close study of his writings in Persian reveals a theory of knowledge […]

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