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Shows how the quest for shared intuitions of occidental and Islamic spirit yields a rare panorama of human cultural inheritance
Provides a unique collection of studies, plunging into the spring of human existence and reveals the spiritual source common to the Occidental as well as the Islamic cultures
Looks at the present times of conflicts in the world and how the sharing of originary affinities calls for human fraternity
The contributions, composed in this volume, are inspired not only by the necessity but also by the potentialities of a process which continues and deepens cross-cultural understanding, especially between Islamic and Western philosophy. Following the tradition of an East-Western symphony of thoughts, the authors focus on common horizons and while applying comparative and historical approaches, varieties of unity appear on the ways towards a New Enlightenment. The creative force, orchestrating the harmony in the web of Life, communicates in the mean time with the capacities of human beings, advancing in deciphering its micro-macrocosmic dimensions. Here, the encounter of the Logos of Life Philosophy (A-T. Tymieniecka) and Islamic Philosophy open the space for constructive disputation. In the wake of the crisis of postmodern unknowability, paths towards a new critique of reason go hand in hand with fundamental issues, being reflected newly.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Occidental phenomenology - Phenomenology of life - Phenomenology of life and metaphysics - Thrust of transcendence - metamorphic logos for post-metaphysics - metaphysical dilemmas
Introduction; Part One; Phenomenology of life and metaphysics; Section One.- Daniela Verducci;
A metamorphic logos for post-metaphysics. From the phenomenology of life.- Section Two.- Salahaddin Khalilov; The effect of illumination on the way back from Aristotle to Plato.- Simon Farid Oliai; The ‘High Point’ of thought: On the future thrust of all Transcendence.- Section Three.- Konul Bunyadzade; The sources of truth in the history of philosophy.- Chris Osegenwune; Necessity and Chance: The metaphysical dilemma.- Part Two.- Comparative and cross-cultural approaches; Section One.-
Olga Louchakova-Schwartz; The seal of philosophy: Tymieniecka’s phenomenology of life versus Islamic metaphysics.- Angéle Kremer-Marietti ; Confrontation et réconciliation entre l’Islam et l’Occident.-
Section Two.- A.L. Samian; The Question of Divinity in Newton’s and al-Biruni‘s philosophies of Mathematics: A comparative perspective.- Semiha Akinci; Algorithms in the twentieth Century.-
Section Three.- Ilona Kock; Ontologization of Ethics or Ethicization of Ontology– a Comparative approach on Plotinus and al-Ghazali.- Reza Rokoee; Avicenna and Husserl: Comparative Aspects.- Abdul Rahim Afaki; Interpreting the divine word and appropriating a text: The Farâhî-Ricoeur thematic affinity.-
Section Four.- Jad Hatem ; Dieu et son mirage. L’exegese Druze de Coran 24:39.- Section Five.- Detlev Quintern; ‘Aql al-Kullî meets the Logos of Life – A cross-cultural path towards a new Enlightenment.