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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52421
Doc. No:TL22375
Call number:‭1442305‬
Main Entry:G. A. Lipton
Title & Author:Muhibb Allāh Ilāhābādī's “The Equivalence between Giving and Receiving”: Avicennan Neoplatonism and the School of Ibn `Arabī in South AsiaG. A. Lipton
College:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Date:2007
Degree:M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:134
Abstract:The current thesis focuses on. The Equivalence between Giving and Receiving (Al-Taswiya bayna al-Ifāda wa-l-Qabūl), an unpublished Arabic treatise written by Muhibb Allāh Ilāhābādī (d. 1648), know in India as "the second Ibn `Arabī." Although this text is one of the most controversial interpretations of Ibn `Arabī" metaphysics written in India, it and its author are rarely mentioned in contemporary scholarship on Sufism. I will argue that The Equivalence evinces a deeply Avicennan Neoplationic idiom that is distinct from Ibn `Arabī's synthesis, which serves as its wider framework. The text thereby demonstrates an innovative integration of philosophical traditions within the larger context of Ibn `Arabī's school in seventeenth-century India, showing that Muhibb Allāh's unique philosophical synthesis is in conversation with his diverse intellectual milieu. The Equivalence reveals a dynamic philosophical discourse among intellectual communities of seventeenth-century South Asia.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; India; Religion; 0318:Religion
Added Entry:C. W. Ernst
Added Entry:The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill