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Contents Chapter 1 The Study of Islamic Philosophy in the West in Recent Times: An Overview Chapter 2 The Meaning and Role of "Philosophy" in Islam Chapter 3 Al-Hikmat al-Ilahiyyah and Kalam Chapter 4 The Question of Existence and Quiddity and Ontology in Islamic Philosophy Chapter 5 Post-Avicennan Islamic Philosophy and the Study of Being Chapter 6 Epistemological Questions: The Relation of Intellect, Reason and Intuition Within Diverse Islamic Intellectual Perspectives Chapter 7 A Framework for the Study of the History of Islamic Philosophy Chapter 8 Dimensions of the Islamic Intellectual Tradition- Kalam, Philosophy and Spirituality Chapter 9 The Poet-Scientist 'Umar Khayyam as Philosopher Chapter 10 Philosophy in Azarbaijan and the School of Shiraz Chapter 11 The School of Isfahan Revisited Chapter 12 Mulla Sadra and the Full Flowering of Prophetic Philosophy Chapter 13 From the School of Isfahan to the School of Tehran Chapter 14 Reflections on Islam and Modern Thought Chapter 15 Philosophy in the Land of Prophecy Yesterday and Today
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