Journal of Islamic Philosophy
Table of Contents
*Volume 7 (2011)
- Jon McGinnis, Old Complexes and New Possibilities: Ibn Sīnā's Modal Metaphysics in Context
- Zahra Abdollah, Color in Islamic Theosophy: An Analytical Reading of Kubrā, Rāzī, Simnānī, and Kirmānī
- Mikayel Hovhannisyan, Divine and Earthy Cities in Rasāʾil Ikhwān al-Ṣafāʾ: The Essence of Ikhwān al-Ṣafāʾ's Social Philosophy
- Murad Idris, Ibn Ṭufayl's Critique of Politics
*Volume 8 (2012)
- Aaron Spevack, Disconnection and Doubt: Revisting Schacht's theories of Ijtihād
- Matthew A. MacDonald, Being-Towards-God: Heidegger and the Relationship Between Man and God in Muslim Ritual Prayer
- Alexander Wain, A Critical Study of Mabadiʾ Arāʾ Ahl Madinat al-Fāḍila: The Role of Islam in the Philosophy of Abū Naṣr al-Fārābī
- Edward O. Moad, Behind the Good, the Bad, and the Obligatory in al-Ghazālī's al-Mustaṣfa
- Benjamin G. Cook, Ibn Sabʿīn and Islamic Orthodoxy: A Reassessmen
*Volume 9 (2013)
- Editorial: Hamid Dabashi, Found in Translation
- Tariq Jaffer, Rāzī on Taqlīd
- Ahmed Alwishah, Ibn Sīnā: The Flying Man Arguments Redux
- C. P. Hertogh, Ibn Sīnā's Flying Man--Logical Analyses of a (Religious) Thought Experiment
- Shaun Welnak, A Note on Al-Fārābī's Rhetoric: Following Deeds, not Words
- Balqis Al-Karaki, The Points of Contention in a Platonic Reflection Analogy by al-Fārābī
*Volume 10 (2016)
- Mashhad Al-Allaf, Jābir on Inductive Reasoning and Metaphysics
- Mustafa Yidiz, Conceiving Religion: Al-Fārābī and Averroes on the Concepts of "Millah" and "Sharī‛ah"
- Omar Kassem, Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī on Intensional Logic, Freedom and Justice
- Mostafa Younesie, Some Speculations on Al-Fārābī Reception of the salient role, position and effects of Dionysus Thrax Tekhne Grammatike
- Rahil Nacafov, The Problem of Revelation in Islamic Philosophy: Comparative Analysis Between Ibn Sīnā and Al-Fārābī
The Printed volumes will be via the Philosophy Documentation Center, winter 2014.
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The mission of the Journal of Islamic Philosophy is to encourage the academic study of Islamic philosophy. The Journal provides a unique peer-reviewed forum to scholars, professors, and researchers for the philosophical discussion of topics in Islamic thought. Classical Islamic philosophy of the past masters will be examined again with a new focus. The underlying issues regarding the many ethical, metaphysical, existential, and epistemological challenges posed by western philosophy and others will be explored within an Islamic context. We hope to serve as an impetus toward the renewal of the robust and dynamic spirit of advanced Islamic philosophical discourse in the current era. Prominent scholars serve on the Editorial Board of the Journal.
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