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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:1683
Doc. No:b11738
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Knysh, Alexander D
Title & Author:Islamic mysticism:a short history/ by Alexander Knysh
Publication Statement:Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston: Brill,, 2000.
Series Statement :(Themes in Islamic studies,1389-823X ; v 1)
Page. NO:vii, 358 p.: ; 25 cm.
ISBN:9004107177(cloth : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [328]-333) and indexes.
Contents:Machine generated contents note: Chapter I. The Beginnings-- The Name-- Assumptions and Goals-- The Archetypal Sufi: Al-H. asan al-Basrr-- The Accumulation of Ascetic and Mystical Lore-- 'Abd al-W\ah.id b. Zayd-- Variety of Devotional Styles: Ibrahtm Ibn Adham, -- Ibn al-Mubarak and Fudayl Ibn 'Iyad-- The Love Mysticism of Rabi'a al-'Adariyya-- The Formation of Mystical Language and Speculation: -- Shaqfq al-BalkhT-- Chapter II. Asceticism and Mysticism in NVestern -- Provinces: Syria and Egypt-- Abfu Sulayman al-Darani and His Circle-- Dhfi 'l-Nun al-Misr-- Chapter III. The Sufism of the Baghdad School-- The Rise of Mystical Psychology: al-Mulhasibi-- The Formation of the Baghdadi Tradition-- A Mysticism of Sobriety: al-Junayd al-Baghdadl-- The Tongue of Sufi Science: Abu Sa'Cd al-Kharraz-- The Blossom of Erotic Mysticism-- Chapter IV. The "Intoxicated" Mysticism of al-Bistami and -- al-Hallaj-- Chapter V. Ascetic and Mystical Movements in Basra -- and Khurasan . -- Ibn Karram and the Karramiyya-- The Path of Blame-- Why Sufism? Some Observations Regarding Sufism's -- Ascendancy During Islam's Golden Age-- Chapter VI. The Systematization of the Sufi Tradition-- Abu Nasr al-Sarraj and His "Kitab al-Luma"'-- Abu Talib al-M akki-- Sufism on the Eastern Fringe-- The Systematization of Khurasani Tradition: -- al-S ulam-- Abu Nu'aym's "Decoration of the Saints"-- Al-Qushayri's Sufi Manual-- Sufism Speaks Persian: al-Hujwiri's Kashf al-mahjub-- Sufism With a Hanbali Flavor: al-Ansarr al-Harawi-- The Maturity of Sufi Science: al-Ghazali-- Chapter VII. Sufism As Literature and Metaphysics: The -- Grand Masters of Mystical Poetry and Philosophy-- 'Attar-- Rum-- Jamy-- Sufism As Unitive Metaphysics: Ibn [al-]'Arabi-- Chapter VIII. Unity and Diversity in Sufism The Rise of -- the Tarqas-- The Grand Masters of Tarnqa Sufism-- 'Abd al-Qadir and the Qadiriyya-- Al-Suhrawardi and the Suhrawardiyya-- Al-Shadhilr and the Beginnings of the Shadhiliyya-- Baha' al-Din Naqshband and the Naqshbandiyya-- Najm al-Din Kubra and the Kubrawiyya-- Sufism in a Shi'i Context: The Ni'matullahiyya-- Chapter IX. Sufi Institutions in Regional Contexts Over the -- Last Six Centuries-- Sufism and Sufi Brotherhoods in the Maghrib-- Sufism in sub-Saharan Africa-- A Turkish Face of Sufism: The Khalwatiyya and Other -- Turkic Orders-- Sufi Institutions in Moghul India-- Sufism in Indonesia-- Sufism in the Caucasus-- Shamil and "Muridism": Methodological Problems-- Chapter X. Major Sufi Concepts and Institutions-- The Path: Tarq(a)-- The "States" and "Stations" of the Mystical Path-- The Goal of the Mystical Path: fand'/baqa'-- Sufi Epistemology: Kashf-- Methods of Inducing Mystical States: khalwa, dhikr, -- and sama'-- General Conclusion-- Bibliography-- General Index-- Index of Book Titles-- Index of Terms.
Subject:SufismHistory
Subject:MysticismIslam--History
Dewey Classification:‭297.4.09‬
LC Classification:‭BP189‬‭.K69 1999‬