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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:707
Doc. No:b10349
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Parens, Joshua, 1961
Title & Author:An Islamic philosophy of virtuous religions:introducing Alfarabi/ Joshua Parens
Publication Statement:Albany: State University of New York Press,, c2006.
Page. NO:ix, 170 p.: ; 24 cm.
ISBN:0791466892(hardcover : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-158) and index.
Contents:Introduction -- Alfarabi's life and his influence -- Alfarabi's manner of writing -- Overview -- The impossibility of the city in the Republic -- Kallipolis as ideal state or totalitarian nightmare? -- The three waves and the problem of possibility -- The first wave -- The second wave -- The digression on war -- The third wave -- The a fortiori argument -- Alfarabi on the Republic in the Attainment of happiness : educating philosopher-kings to rule the inhabited world, the challenge -- Tension in the "unity of the virtues" : hard vs. soft -- The uneasy peace between prudence and wisdom -- Alfarabi on jihaad -- From aimaan vs. kufr to Islaam vs. harb -- Alfarabi's Aphorisms on Jihaad -- Aphorisms 67 and 79 -- Aphorisms 11-16 -- Aphorisms 68-76 -- Alfarabi's Attainment of happiness on Jihaad -- Challenges to compelling good character -- The multiplicity argument -- The increasing tendency toward conquest and domination -- The task of deliberation : shaping a multiplicity of characters -- The task of theoretical virtue : shaping a multiplicity of opinions -- Religion as an imitation of philosophy -- The limits of knowledge and the problem of realization -- Knowledge and exploitation -- Attainment of happiness -- The Philosophy of Aristotle : the limits of our knowledge of final causes -- Certainty and the knowledge of universals and particulars -- The limits of knowledge and the inherent multiplicity of religion.
Subject:Fغarغabiغ
Subject:Islamic philosophy
Dewey Classification:‭201.5‬
LC Classification:‭B753‬‭.F34,P27 2006‬