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Published 1962
Kitab atf al-alif al-maluf ala al-lam al-matuf /

: Added title page : Kitab àtf al alif al ma'luf àla l-lam al màtuf. Livre de l'inclination de l'alif uni sur le lam incline, edite avec une pref. par J.C. Vadet.
Errata leaf inserted. : 139, 13 pages ; 26 cm.

Published 1970
Kitāb al-Tawḥīd /

: Added t.p. Kitāb al-tawhīd [by] Abū Manṣūr Muḥammad ibn Maḥmūd al-Māturīdī al-Samarqandī. : 5, 58, 410 xiiii p. ; 25 cm.

Mishkat al-anwār = The niche for lights /

: viii, 98 pages ; 24 cm.

al-Najāh fī al-ḥikmah al-manṭiqīyah wa-al-ṭabīʻīyah wa-al-ilāhīyah /

: 8, 312 pages : 25 cm. : .alaa-sweed

Published 1905
Kitāb Lawāmiʻ al-bayyināt sharḥ asmāʼ Allāh taʻālá wa-al- ṣifāt /

: 267, 4 pages ; 20 cm.

Published 1979
The precious pearl = al-Jamīsʼ al-Durrah al-fākhirah : together with his glosses and the commentary of ʻAbd al-Ghafūr al-Lārī /

: "Glossary of terms": pages 171-237.
Translation of : al-Durrah al-fākhirah : ix, 237 pages ; 25 cm. : Bibliography : pages 161-170.

al-Maqṣid al-asná fī sharḥ asmāʼ Allāh al-ḥusná /

: pages ; 24 cm

al-Juzʾ al-awwal [-al-juzʾ al-thānī] min Tazyīn al-aswāq bi-tafṣīl ashwāq al-ʻushshāq /

: 2 volumes in 1 ; 28 cm.

Published 1947
Mushkilat al-ulūhīyah /

: 204 pages ; 22 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-201).

Published 1964
Mishkāt al-Anwār /

: At head of title: al-Jumhūrīyah al-ʻArabīyah al-Muttahidah. Wazārat al-thaqāfah wa-al-Irshād al-Qawmī. : 95 pages ; 27 cm.

Published 1906
Kitāb al-Maqsạd al-asná : sharh ̣asmāʼ Allāh al-hụsná /

: 88 p. ; 20 cm.

Sharḥ asmāʼ Allāh al-ḥusná lil-Rāzī : wa-huwa al-kitāb al-musammá, Lawāmiʻ al-bayyināt sharḥ asmāʼ Allāh taʻālá wa-al-ṣifāt /

: 368 pages ; 24 cm. : 9777196008

Published 1960
al-Ḥubb al-ilāhī fī al-taṣawwūf al-Islāmī /

: 137 pages ; 17 cm.

Kitāb al-Qawl al-mufīd ʻalá al-risālah al-musammāh Wasīlat al-ʻabīd fī ʻilm al-tawḥīd /

: 104 pages ; 24 cm.

Published 2014
Early Christian-Muslim debate on the unity of God : three Christian scholars and their engagement with Islamic thought (9th century c.e.) /

: Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God examines the writings of three of the earliest known Christian theologians to write comprehensive theological works in Arabic. Theodore Abū Qurra, Abū Rā'iṭa and 'Ammār al-Baṣrī provide valuable insight into early Christian-Muslim debate shortly after the rise of the Islamic empire. Through close examination of their writings on the doctrine of the Trinity, Sara Husseini demonstrates the creativity of these theologians, who make use of language, style and argumentation characteristic of Islamic theological thought (kalām), in order to help articulate their long-established religious truths. Husseini offers close analysis of the authors individually and comparatively, exploring their engagement with Islamic theology and their role in this fascinating period.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004279698 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2017
Opposition to philosophy in Safavid Iran : Mulla Muḥammad-Ṭāhir Qummī's Ḥikmat al-ʻārifin /

: In Opposition to Philosophy in Safavid Iran , Ata Anzali and S. M. Hadi Gerami offer a critical edition of a hitherto unpublished manuscript that is arguably the most erudite and extensive polemical work against philosophy and philosophical mysticism from the Safavid period. The introduction offers an extensive and in-depth analysis of the status of philosophy in the late Safavid period, placing Mulla Muhammad-Tahir Qummi's (d. 1689) work in the broader context of the relevant cultural and intellectual developments of his time. The content of Hikmat al-'arifin itself is divided between a refutation of many traditional philosophical arguments about the nature of God and His attributes and, more importantly for those interested in Safavid intellectual history, attacks on Mulla Sadra and his students for synthesizing fundamental elements Ibn 'Arabi's thought into the framework of traditional philosophical discourse.
: Editors' introduction -- Philosophy and philosophers: hapless victims or elite contenders? -- Muḥammad-Ṭāhir Qummī -- Ḥikmat al-ʻārifin -- The critical edition -- Bibliography (sources used in the introduction) -- Critical edition of Ḥikmat al-ʻārifin. : 1 online resource (ix, 458 pages) : illustrations. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004345683 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2018
Beyond Schools: Muḥammad born Ibrāhīm al-Wazīrʼs (d. 840/1436) Epistemology of Ambiguity.

: In Beyond Schools: Muḥammad born Ibrāhīm al-Wazīrʼs (d. 840/1436) Epistemology of Ambiguity , Damaris Wilmers provides the first extensive analysis of Ibn al-Wazīrʼs thought and its role in the "Sunnisation of the Zaydiyya", emphasizing its significance for conflicts between schools of thought and law beyond the Yemeni context. Contrasting Ibn al-Wazīrʼs works with those of his Zaydi contemporary Aḥmad born Yaḥyā born al-Murtaḍā, Damaris Wilmers offers a study of a number of heretofore unedited texts from 9th/15th century Yemen when Zaydi identity was challenged by an increasing theological and legal diversity. She shows how Ibn al-Wazīr, who has been classed with different schools, actually de-emphasized school affiliation and developed an integrative approach based on a unique theory of knowledge.
: 1 online resource. : 9789004381117

Published 2007
Ibn Taymiyya's theodicy of perpetual optimism /

: The Muslim jurist Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328) is famous for polemic against Islamic philosophy, theology and rationalizing mysticism, but his positive theological contribution has not been well understood. This comprehensive study of Ibn Taymiyya's theodicy helps to rectify this lack. Exposition and analysis of Ibn Taymiyya's writings on God's justice and wise purpose, divine determination and human agency, the problem of evil, and juristic method in theological doctrine show that he articulates a theodicy of optimism in which God in His essence perpetually wills the best possible world from eternity. This sets Ibn Taymiyya's theodicy apart from Ashʿarī divine voluntarism, the free-will theodicy of the Muʿtazilīs, and the essentially timeless God of other optimists like Ibn Sīnā and Ibn ʿArabī.
: Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.--University of Birmingham, 2002) under the title: An Islamic theodicy : Ibn Taymiyya on the wise purpose of God, human agency, and problems of evil and justice. : 1 online resource (xii, 270 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789047420194 : 0169-8729 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2016
Islam, the ancient near east and varieties of godlessness. collected studies in three volumes /

: Patricia Crone's Collected Studies in Three Volumes brings together a number of her published, unpublished, and revised writings on Near Eastern and Islamic history, arranged around three distinct but interconnected themes. Volume 3, Islam, the Ancient Near East and Varieties of Godlessness , places the rise of Islam in the context of the ancient Near East and investigates sceptical and subversive ideas in the Islamic world. Volume 1, The Qurʾānic Pagans and Related Matters , pursues the reconstruction of the religious environment in which Islam arose and develops an intertextual approach to studying the Qurʾānic religious milieu. Volume 2, The Iranian Reception of Islam: The Non-Traditionalist Strands , examines the reception of pre-Islamic legacies in Islam, above all that of the Iranians. The Qurʾānic Pagans and Related Matters The Iranian Reception of Islam: The Non-Traditionalist Strands
: 1 online resource (xvii, 261 pages) : illustrations. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004319318 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2018
Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya and the divine attributes : rationalized traditionalistic theology /

: In Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya and the Divine Attributes Miriam Ovadia offers a thorough discussion on the hermeneutical methodology applied in the theology of the Ḥanbalite traditionalistic scholar Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya (d. 1350), the most prominent disciple of the renowned Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328). Focusing on Ibn al-Qayyim's voluminous - yet so far understudied - work on anthropomorphism, al-Ṣawāʿiq al-Mursala , Ovadia explores his modus operandi in his attack on four fundamental rationalistic convictions, while demonstrating Ibn al-Qayyim's systemization of the Taymiyyan theological doctrine and theoretical discourse. Contextualizing al-Ṣawāʿiq with relevant writings of thinkers who preceded Ibn al-Qayyim, Ovadia unfolds his employment of Kalām ic terminology and argumentations; thus, his rationalized-traditionalistic authoring of a theological manifesto directed against his contemporary Ashʿarite elite of Mamluk Damascus.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004372511 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.