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Edited by Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort, Kees Versteegh and Joas Wagemakers
This volume provides new insights into the transmission of the textual sources of Islam and combines this with the dynamics of these scriptures by paying close attention to how believers interpret and apply them.
Jan Thiele, SOAS, London
This book offers an account of the life and thought of al-Ḥasan ar-Raṣṣāṣ (d. 1188 C.E.), who was among the most influential theologians of Yemeni Zaydism. Dieses Buch untersucht Leben und Denken von al-Ḥasan ar-Raṣṣāṣ (st. 1188), einem der einflussreichsten Theologen der jemenitischen Zaydiyya.
Jan Thiele, Freie Universität Berlin
This book examines the theory of causality formulated by the Zaydī al-Ḥasan ar-Raṣṣāṣ, whose thought bears witness to the symbiosis between Zaydī and Bahšamī theology in 6th/12th century Yemen. Die vorliegende Studie stellt die Kausalitätstheorie des Zayditen al-Ḥasan ar-Raṣṣāṣ als ein Produkt ...
Tiana Koutzarova, University of Bonn
By examining Ibn Sīnā’s critique of metaphysics, the present book provides the first systematic reconstruction of his new foundation of the First Philosophy and its transcendental reading based on the analysis of all the relevant texts within the Avicennian corpus.
This book examines the rediscovery of the Mu'tazila, a key-event in modern Arab-Islamic thought. It offers a critical assessment of the concept of "Neo-Mu'tazilism" by evaluating the various intentions and contexts underlying the use of Mu'tazilite ideas.
Text, Übersetzung und Kommentar von Elvira Wakelnig
Al-ʽĀmirī’s Chapters on Metaphysical Topics are an impressive example of the fusing of Greek Neoplatonism with Islamic Theology. Being a paraphrase of the Proclean Elements of Theology, they provide a better understanding of the tradition of the Liber de Causis in Arabic.
This volume offers a new approach in Islamic hermeneutics and the understanding of Qur’anic exegesis, Muslim dialectical theology and the appropriation of Peripatetical logic in the Arabic world. It ranges from the 8th century up to Avicenna (11th century).
Anna Ayşe Akasoy
This study of the Sicilian Questions of the philosopher and mystic Ibn Sabٴ īn of Murcia (ca. 1217-1270) interprets the structure and sources of the text as a reflection of intellectual life in the late Almohad Arab West.
Einleitung, Edition und Erläuterungen von Armin Eschraghi
This book is the first general introduction to the theological and philosophical writings of Aḥmad al-Aḥsāʾī and Kāẓim ar-Rashtī, the founders of the Shaykhiyya, and ʿAlī-Muḥammad Shīrāzī , the initiator of the Bābiyyah.
The book portrays for the first time the meaning of Aristoteles’ logic for the apologetic-polemic work of the famous Andalusian scholar Ibn ḥazm (994-1064) and shows a new and interesting thesis about the purpose of his polemic against the Gospels.
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