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    • The Bodleian Tribute to Islamic Sciences
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      The Bodleian Tribute to Islamic Sciences

      The Bodleian Tribute to Islamic SciencesRate this post By : Charis Waddy   [In 1981 Oxford University’s Bodleian Library mounted a display of 50 choice works to tell one of the great stories in the history of ideas: the flowering of philosophy and science in the medieval Muslim world and the transmission of that tradition […]

    •  Sadr al-Din Shirazi and his Transcendent Theosophy
      Sadr al-Din Shirazi and his Transcendent Theosophy
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      Sadr al-Din Shirazi and his Transcendent Theosophy

      Sadr al-Din Shirazi and his Transcendent Theosophy3.1 (61.67%) 12 votes Sadr al-Din al-Shirazi (Mulla Sadra) is perhaps the single most important and influential philosopher in the Muslim world in the last four hundred years. The author of over forty works, he was the culminating figure of the major revival of philosophy in Iran in the […]

    •  Tahafut al Tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)
      Tahafut al Tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)
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      Tahafut al Tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)

      Tahafut al Tahafut (The Incoherence of the Incoherence)Rate this post Ibn Rushd, known to Christian Europe as Averroes, came from Cordoba in Spain and lived from 1126 to 1198. He is regarded as the last great Arab philosopher in the Classical tradition, and, under the patronage of the Almohad ruler Abu Ya’quib Yusuf, was a […]

    •  A Study in the Philosophy of Islamic Rites
      A Study in the Philosophy of Islamic Rites
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      A Study in the Philosophy of Islamic Rites

      A Study in the Philosophy of Islamic RitesRate this post es enjoy an important role in Islam. Their injunctions represent an important part of jurisprudence and a worshipping conduct which formulates a noticeable phenomenon in the daily life of the pious. The system of rites in Islamic jurisprudence represents one of its static facets which […]

    • 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 […]

    • 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 […]

    •  The Relationship between philosophy and Theology in the Postmodern Age
      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 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 may have seemed […]

    •  History of Western Philosophy
      History of Western Philosophy
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      History of Western Philosophy

      History of Western PhilosophyRate this post Thilly holds the view that the only complete systems of thought are Western. I wish to briefly examine possible bases of the claim. The claim is decomposable into two parts and the first is that the Western tradition contains complete systems of thought. What does that mean? It cannot […]

    •  Blasting the Foundation of Atheism
      Blasting the Foundation of Atheism
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      Blasting the Foundation of Atheism

      Blasting the Foundation of AtheismRate this post Lord of those who accept the truth, and those who do not! Lord of those who see it for what it really is, and those who see not! Keeper and sustainer of those who praise Him, and those who praise Him not! It‟s been said that: ―Wisdom is […]

    •  Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 2
      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 2
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      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 2

      Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 23.2 (63.65%) 104 votes Routledge History of Philosophy Vol 2 From Aristotle to Augustine This second volume opens with Aristotle’s immense influence on philosophy from the beginnings of Christian philosophy in the fifth century AD.

    •  Stray Reflections
      Stray Reflections
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      Stray Reflections

      Stray ReflectionsRate this post Stray Reflections: The Private Notebook of Muhammad Iqbal, Also includes: ‘Stray Thoughts’ A Diary or Notebook which records many of the thoughts Iqbal had on varied subjects. These include Art, Human Intellect, The Power of Belief, Justice, History, and many others. A series of about 80 facsimiles are given presenting many of Iqbal’s […]

    •  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 […]

    •  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.

    •  The Mystery of Life A Secret Inside Secrets
      The Mystery of Life A Secret Inside Secrets
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      The Mystery of Life A Secret Inside Secrets

      The Mystery of Life A Secret Inside SecretsRate this post This book deals with a myriad of subjects related to human life: philosophy, mysticism, anthropology, cultures, arts, history and much more.

    •  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 […]

    •  Freedom and Causality in Contemporary Islamic & Western Philosophy
      Freedom and Causality in Contemporary Islamic & Western Philosophy
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      Freedom and Causality in Contemporary Islamic & Western Philosophy

      Freedom and Causality in Contemporary Islamic & Western PhilosophyRate this post This text authored by Mohsen Mohammadi Araghi which addresses the topics of freewill and causality in contemporary Islamic and western philosophy and the theory of moral obligation.This book is one of the many Islamic publications distributed by Ahlulbayt Organization throughout the world in different […]

    •  A History of Muslim Philosophy Volume 1, Book 2
      A History of Muslim Philosophy Volume 1, Book 2
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      A History of Muslim Philosophy Volume 1, Book 2

      A History of Muslim Philosophy Volume 1, Book 2Rate this post A Compendium of articles on the History of Muslim Philosophy. In this book: Advent Of Islam, Fundamental Teachings Of The Qur’an.

    • 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

    • Secular Democracy and its Philosophical Underpinning
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      Secular Democracy and its Philosophical Underpinning

      Secular Democracy and its Philosophical UnderpinningRate this post By: Muhammad Taqi Misbah Yazdi The new concept of democracy as being necessarily secular is advanced by statesmen in Western countries in which no trace of religion must be seen in any government institution. Religion can neither interfere in legislation nor law enforcers rule in the name […]

    •  Islamic Ideology
      Islamic Ideology
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      Islamic Ideology

      Islamic IdeologyRate this post This book presents Islam as a universal religion based on reason and the religious experience of the Prophets. It gives a view point that guarantees the preservation of all essential values, in the present-day conflict of ideologies. Having disposed of the question of evil in nature we come now to the […]

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