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    • Contemporary Islamic philosophy

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    • Early Islamic philosophy

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    • Islamic philosophers

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    • Islamic theology

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    • History of Islamic Philosophy

    • The book History of Islamic Philosophy is a collection of essays by various authorities on Islam in the Routledge series History of World Philosophies and is edited by Seyyed Hossein Nasr of George Washington University and Oliver Leaman of Liverpool John Moores University. The book has been well reviewed (the book jac ... Read »


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    • Islamic philosophy

    • Islamic philosophy is the systematic investigation of problems connected with life, the universe, ethics, society, and so on as conducted in the Muslim world. Early Islamic philosophy began in the 2nd century AH of the Islamic calendar (early 9th century CE) and lasted until the 6th century AH (late 12th century CE). ... Read »


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    • Ad-Dunya

    • Ad-Dunya (ٱلدُّنْيَا) is an Arabic word whose root is دنو (d-n-w) or دني (d-n-y). The literal meaning of this word is 'the nearer' or 'the lower' and refers to "this world' in Islamic thought. Ad-Dunya is the world of appearances and greatest superficiality when compared ... Read »


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    • Al-‘aql al-fa‘‘al


    • Aql bi-l-fi'l


    • Dhati in islamic philosophy

    • Dhati (Persian:ذاتی) -or essential affairs-is a prevalent conception in Islamic philosophy.essential or Dhati attributes are those properties which originated from the thing and its essence. This attributes could separate one thing from other things. Dhati or something which is essential for a thing, a ... Read »


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    • Hikmat Al Muta'alyah (book)


    • Ijtihad

    • Ijtihad (Arabic: اجتهاد‎‎ ijtihād, lit. effort, physical or mental, expended in a particular activity) is an Islamic legal term referring to independent reasoning or the thorough exertion of a jurist's mental faculty in finding a solution to a legal question. It is contrasted with taqlid ... Read »


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    • Khilafah Ammah

    • Khilafah Ammah (خلافة عامّة) is a type of Islamic governmental concept introduced by Shah Waliullah in his book Izalatul Khafa'an Khilafatul Khulafa. In that book he introduces a unique classification of khilafah (Caliphate) into 'Ammah' (ordinary) and 'Khassah' (extraordinary). Whatever ... Read »


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    • Seddiqin Argument

    • Seddiqin Argument (Persian: برهان صدیقین‎‎) or the argument of the righteous is an argument for the existence of God in Islamic philosophy. This argument was explained by Islamic philosophers such as Avicenna, Mulla Sadra and Muhammad Husayn Tabataba'i. Seddiqin means the ... Read »


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    • Transcendent theosophy

    • Transcendent theosophy or al-hikmat al-muta’li (حكمت متعالي), the doctrine and philosophy developed by Persian philosopher Mulla Sadra is one of two main disciplines of Islamic philosophy that is currently live and active. The expression al-hikmat al-muta’liyah comprises two te ... Read »


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    • Wahdat al-mawjud

    • In Islamic philosophy, Wahdat al-Mawjud is the opposite of Wahdat al-wujud. It is the concept that existence moves towards Spiritual oneness, but remains plural. Eventually human beings become Ä°nsan-ı Kâmil and reach wisdom of god (Anal Haqq). ... Read »


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