This collection of essays focuses on the ontology of the most important medieval Muslim philosopher, Ibn Sina (980-1037), proffering the theses that: (a) his ontology is incompatible with monotheistic theologies; (b) his cosmogony is not derivable from either Aristotelian or Neoplatonic systems; and finally (c) the mystical dimension of his system is in accord with monistic “nature mysticism,” as classified by R. C. Zaehner. In contrast to the views of a majority of contemporary scholars, that Ibn Sina’s philosophy essentially follows monotheistic or Greek philosophical systems, this collection emphasizes his original contributions to ontology and meta-mysticism.
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Parviz Morewedge earned his Ph.D. at UCLA and has taught for over forty years at several universities in the United States, including Cornell, Columbia, UCLA, Fordham, NYU, and in the State University of New York system, as well as seminars in the United Kingdom, Canada, Iran, Turkey, and Malaysia. He was employed as a computer specialist for several years, including as a Senior Research Engineer at General Motors. His publications in the University Presses of Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, SUNY, NYU, Fordham, and elsewhere include thirteen books and over 40 articles and essays. Currently, Morewedge is a Senior Research Fellow at Binghamton University and an Editor for the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College. Additionally, he is an active editorial board member of over twenty scholarly journals and series in the history of ancient and medieval philosophy
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