The Islamic Intellectual Tradition in Persia

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Routledge, 16.12.2013. - 392 страница
This volume gathers together the numerous essays by the Iranian metaphysician and ontologist, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, on Islamic philosophers and the intricate relationship between Persian culture and its philosophical schools. Brought together into a single volume for the first time, these essays span four decades of Nasr's prolific and learned scholarship on the development of Islamic philosophy, as well as the general history of Islam, and expound his belief that philosophy is not merely a rational but a sacred activity.
 

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Mysticism and Traditional Philosophy in Persia PreIslamic and Islamic
3
Cosmography in PreIslamic and Islamic Persia The Question of the Continuity of Iranian Culture
10
The Tradition of Islamic Philosophy in Persia and its Significance for the Modern World
28
The Significance of Persian Philosophical Works in the Tradition of Islamic Philosophy
47
Why was alFarabl called the Second Teacher?
59
A General Survey
66
Ibn SInas Prophetic Philosophy
76
Birunl as Philosophe
92
A General Survey
125
The Persian Works of Shaykh alIshraq Suhrawardl
154
The Spread of the Illuminationist School of Suhrawardl
160
PhilosopherPoetScientist
175
Afdal alDIn Kasham and the Philosophical World of Khwajah
189
Muhammad ibn Muhammad NasTr alDIn Tusl
207
Qutb alDIn ShTrazT
216
The Status of Rashld alDIn Fadallab in the History of Islamic
228

Birum versus Ibn Slna on the Nature of the Universe
100
The PhilosopherPoet
103
Fakhr alDIn Razl
107
SUHRAWARDI AND THE SCHOOL OF ISHRAQ
123
The School of Isfahan
239
Sadr alDIn ShTrazT
271
Mulla HadT Sabziwari
304
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