Works by Rustom, Mohammed  as author | 9
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A philosopher’s itinerary for the afterlife

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2017 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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ʿAyn al-Quḍāt between divine jealousy and political intrigue

Modern scholars have been interested in the great Persian Sufi martyr ʿAyn al-Quḍāt Hamadānī (d. 525/1131) for over six decades. Despite this fact, many aspects of his life and thought still remain terra incognita. Our knowledge of the circumstances surrounding his death is a case-in-point. Although we have a fairly good understanding of the factors which led to ʿAyn al-Quḍāt’s demise, there are o... more

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2018 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Dāwūd al-Qayṣarī

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2005 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Devil’s advocate: ʿAyn al-Quḍāt’s defence of Iblis in context

The writings of ʿAyn al-Quḍāt Hamadānī (d. 525/1131) anticipate some of the major trends that characterize the post-Avicennan ḥikmat tradition. But modern scholarship has as of yet not completely come to grips with the far-reaching implications of ʿAyn al-Quḍāt’s teachings, many of which are framed in terms of the symbolic language and imagery of the Persian Sufi school of passionate love (madhhab... more

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2020 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Forms of gnosis in Sulamī's sufi exegesis of the Fātiḥa

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2005 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1

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Ibn ʿArabī on proximity and distance

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2007 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1

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Ibn ʿArabī's letter to Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī

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Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Inrushes of the Spirit

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2019 Single work   ➥ Monograph : Editions | 1
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Sayyid Ḥaydar Āmulī’s seal of absolute walāya

In Ibn ʿArabī's (d. 638/1240) highly developed theory of walāya (‘sainthood’ or ‘friendship with God’), Jesus is conceived of as the ‘Seal of Absolute walāya’ whereas Ibn ʿArabī is the ‘Seal of Restricted walāya’. After explaining how Ibn ʿArabī understands these two designations, we shall move on to Sayyid Ḥaydar Āmulī's (d. ca. 787/1385) critique of Ibn ʿArabī's hagiology. Although Āmulī was one... more

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2020 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1