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Daniel K. Gardner

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About this Item: Oxford University Press Inc. Paperback. Condition: New. 152 pages. Dimensions: 6.8in. x 4.3in. x 0.5in.To understand China, it is essential to understand Confucianism. First formulated in the sixth century BCE, the teachings of Confucius would come to dominate Chinese society, politics, economics, and ethics. In this Very Short Introduction, Daniel K. Gardner explores the major philosophical ideas of the Confucian tradition, showing their profound impact on state ideology and imperial government, the civil service examination system, domestic life, and social relations over the course of twenty-six centuries. Gardner focuses on two of the Sages most crucial philosophical problems-what makes for a good person, and what constitutes good government-and demonstrates the enduring significance of these questions today. This volume shows the influence of the Sages teachings over the course of Chinese history--on state ideology, the civil service examination system, imperial government, the family, and social relations--and the fate of Confucianism in China in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as China developed alongside a modernizing West and Japan. Some Chinese intellectuals attempted to reform the Confucian tradition to address new needs; others argued for jettisoning it altogether in favor of Western ideas and technology; still others condemned it angrily, arguing that Confucius and his legacy were responsible for Chinas feudal, backward conditions in the twentieth century and launching campaigns to eradicate its influences. Yet Chinese continue to turn to the teachings of Confucianism for guidance in their daily lives. In addition to a survey of the philosophy and history of Confucianism, Gardner offers an examination of the resurgence of Confucianism in China today, and explores what such a revival means for the Chinese government and the Chinese people. About the Series: Oxfords Very Short Introductions series offers concise and original introductions to a wide range of subjects--from Islam to Sociology, Politics to Classics, Literary Theory to History, and Archaeology to the Bible. Not simply a textbook of definitions, each volume in this series provides trenchant and provocative--yet always balanced and complete--discussions of the central issues in a given discipline or field. Every Very Short Introduction gives a readable evolution of the subject in question, demonstrating how the subject has developed and how it has influenced society. Eventually, the series will encompass every major academic discipline, offering all students an accessible and abundant reference library. Whatever the area of study that one deems important or appealing, whatever the topic that fascinates the general reader, the Very Short Introductions series has a handy and affordable guide that will likely prove indispensable. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780195398915

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Sachiko Murata

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About this Item: State University of New York Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 412 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 7.4in. x 0.9in.This is a genuine foundational work in Islamic studies. It is an open door into the very heart of Islamic civilization, while at the same time it suggests the bases of important comparisons and insights for those interested in cognate areas in Western cultures. It is a fascinating, truly original work in both its guiding perspectives and its comprehensive, clearly presented account of a central dimension of Islam. There is nothing like it, and it deserves a wide audience. -- James W. Morris, Oberlin CollegeIt clearly, competently, and comprehensively describes the worldview implicit in the medieval Islamic wisdom tradition represented by Sufism and Shii philosophy, particularly the way that gender concepts are implicit in their cosmology and psychology, and can be related to the Taoist concepts of yin and yang. The authors critique of feminism and modern reformism on this basis is penetrating. -- Valerie Hoffman-Ladd, University of IllinoisThe Tao of Islam is a rich and diverse anthology of Islamic teachings on the nature of the relationships between God and the world, the world and the human being, and the human being and God. Focusing on gender symbolism, Sachiko Murata shows that Muslim authors frequently analyze the divine reality and its connections with the cosmic and human domains with a view toward a complementarity or polarity of principles that is analogous to the Chinese idea of yinyang. Murata believes that the unity of Islamic thought is found, not so much in the ideas discussed, as in the types of relationships that are set up among realities. She pays particular attention to the views of various figures commonly known as Sufis and philosophers, since they approach these topics with a flexibility and subtlety not found in other schools of thought. She translates several hundred pages, most for the first time, from more than thirty important Muslims including the Ikhwan al-Safa, Avicenna, and Ibn al-Arabi. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780791409145

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Sharif Ahmed

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About this Item: Cyber Tech, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Pre Islamic Indian thought. 2. Pre Islamic Chinese thought. 3. Pre Islamic Arabian thought. 4. Ethical teachings of the Quran. 5. Economic and political teachings of the Quran. 6. Tahawism. 7. Zahirism. 8. Ikhwan al Safa. 9. Al ghazali metaphysics a introduction. 10. Attack on the philosophers. 11. Mysticism in Islamic philosophy. 12. Influence of Muslim thought on the east. Bibliography. Index. Although Islamic philosophy represents one of the most important philosophical traditions in the world it has only recently begun to receive the attention it deserves in the non Islamic world. This important text provides a concise and accessible introduction to the major movements thinkers and concepts within that tradition from the foundation of Islam to the present day. Ever since the growth of Islam as a religious and political movement Muslim thinkers have sought to understand the theoretical aspects of their faith by using philosophical concepts. Lea man outlines this history and demonstrates that although the development of Islamic philosophy is closely linked with Islam itself its form is not essentially connected to religion and its leading ideas and arguments are of general philosophical significance. The author illustrates the importance of Islamic thought within philosophy through the use of many modern examples. He describes and contrasts the three main movements in Islamic philosophy peripatetic Sufi and illuminationist and examines the Persian as well as the Arabic philosophical traditions. 344 pp. Seller Inventory # 70775

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P S Bawa

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About this Item: Shipra Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Defining and understanding anger. 2. Hinduism on anger. 3. Buddhism on anger. 4. Sikhism on anger. 5. Jainism on anger. 6. Islam on anger. 7. Christianity on anger. 8. Food and yoga Asanas. 9. Power of music. 10. Greco-Roman philosophies on anger. 11. Chinese and Japanese philosophies. 12. Practical wisdom on anger. 13. Principles and practices of psychology on anger. 14. Modern science behind aggression and violence. 15. Seeking professional help. 16. Conclusion. Anger is a severe disturbance in our consciousness. Most people donít like getting angry but end up losing their temper far too often. Secondly, there is this nagging feeling that it is them or other people in their lives who are creating situations that drive them mad i.e. in whom does the problem lie? Thirdly, for how long can this go on? And fourthly, what is the solution? Book tries to explain the mental and physical effects of anger. The book has been written in the format of 3P Concept: Physicality, Philosophy and Practicality, it focuses on the essence of various religions and teachings of various philosophies behind it and lastly the practical solutions they offer. Seller Inventory # 114328

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M.R. Khan

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Islam is the very first, as well as the final religion, gifted to mankind by Allah, the Almighty. It is a different matter that the Holy Messengers (Pbut) who brought Islam in various periods of time were distinct by names, physical appearance, places of birth and belonged to different cultural backgrounds. However, the mission on which all of them embarked was one and the same -- leading life strictly as per the injunctions of holy scriptures, endowed to them. If we go through the pages of Islamic history, from the very first period, down to the present hour, we would come to know that the teachings and do`s and don`ts by these various messengers taught their respective peoples, were almost the same, barring a few variations as for the requirements of the geographical, social or other conditions. The quintessence of the teachings of all the messengers (Pbut) was the same -- worship Allah, the Almighty, who is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient and has no partner, whatsoever. Besides it, the Prophet (Pbut) kept teaching their communities as and when required by the contemporary conditions, along with the evolution of human life on earth. In this way, we can say that Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) consummated the mission, which father of mankind, Hadrat Aadam (Pbuh) had started and which ran through a long chain, consisting of approximating one lakh and twenty-four thousand messengers and prophets. Thus, Islam which Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) brought as the last and final version is not only a religion but also a complete code of life. It has its own philosophy, wisdom and a distinct ideology. And that is the focal and central basis of Islamic wisdom. Chief sources of Islamic wisdom are the Holy Quran and the traditions of the Prophet (Pbuh). Thus, whole of the Islamic wisdom is based on prophet`s teachings after Holy Quran. This study is an asset for all scholars, researchers and general readers. Table of Contents Islamic Philosophy Ideology of Islam Concept of Islamic Philosophy Base of Islamic Philosophy Spiritual Philosophy in Islam Arabian Philosophy Persian Philosophy Greek Philosophy Indian Philosophy Chinese Philosophy Philosophy of Genesis Printed Pages: 300. Seller Inventory # 61151

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M.R. Khan

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Islam is the very first, as well as the final religion, gifted to mankind by Allah, the Almighty. It is a different matter that the Holy Messengers (Pbut) who brought Islam in various periods of time were distinct by names, physical appearance, places of birth and belonged to different cultural backgrounds. However, the mission on which all of them embarked was one and the same -- leading life strictly as per the injunctions of holy scriptures, endowed to them. If we go through the pages of Islamic history, from the very first period, down to the present hour, we would come to know that the teachings and do`s and don`ts by these various messengers taught their respective peoples, were almost the same, barring a few variations as for the requirements of the geographical, social or other conditions. The quintessence of the teachings of all the messengers (Pbut) was the same -- worship Allah, the Almighty, who is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient and has no partner, whatsoever. Besides it, the Prophet (Pbut) kept teaching their communities as and when required by the contemporary conditions, along with the evolution of human life on earth. In this way, we can say that Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) consummated the mission, which father of mankind, Hadrat Aadam (Pbuh) had started and which ran through a long chain, consisting of approximating one lakh and twenty-four thousand messengers and prophets. Thus, Islam which Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) brought as the last and final version is not only a religion but also a complete code of life. It has its own philosophy, wisdom and a distinct ideology. And that is the focal and central basis of Islamic wisdom. Chief sources of Islamic wisdom are the Holy Quran and the traditions of the Prophet (Pbuh). Thus, whole of the Islamic wisdom is based on prophet`s teachings after Holy Quran. This study is an asset for all scholars, researchers and general readers. Table of Contents Islamic Philosophy Ideology of Islam Concept of Islamic Philosophy Base of Islamic Philosophy Spiritual Philosophy in Islam Arabian Philosophy Persian Philosophy Greek Philosophy Indian Philosophy Chinese Philosophy Philosophy of Genesis Printed Pages: 300. Seller Inventory # 61151

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SUN MENG

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-06-01 Pages: 405 Publisher: Religious Culture Publishing House title: Beijing religious history Series: the Beijing Buddhist stone carvings Original: 35.00 yuan: Sun Menglong Press: Religion and Culture Press Publication Date : June 1. 2012 ISBN: 9787802545502 words: Pages: 405 Edition: 1st Edition Binding: Paperback: Weight: 481 g Editor's Sun Meng Tong Xun ed Beijing Buddhist stone contains a total of Sui and Tang. Ming Buddhist stone inscriptions Qing Dynasties in Beijing area 433. including the monument. epitaphs. Spire. Jing Zhuang. Shihan. statues. Cliff Inscription other stone relics. its specific content are closely related to the history. culture and Buddhism. involving the temple. monks. sects. doctrines. teachings and secular people all thinking. behavior. and many other aspects. Book included a different era stone inscriptions quantity roughly corresponds with the social status. and the degree of development of Buddhism in Beijing Abstract Sun Meng. Tong Xun Beijing Buddhist stone contains a total of 433 of the Sui and Tang to the Ming and Qing Dynasties Buddhist stone inscriptions. including the monument. epitaphs. Spire. Jing Zhuang. Shihan. statues. Cliff Inscription other stone relics are closely related to the history. culture and Buddhism temples. monks. religious sects. doctrines. teachings and secular people all thinking. behavior. and many other aspects. Book included a different era stone inscriptions quantity roughly corresponds with the social status. and the degree of development of Buddhism in Beijing Contents General Preface Preface Chapter Sui and Tang to the Five Dynasties period Chapter of the second chapter of the Liao Dynasty Chapter Chapter Jin Dynasty Yuan Dynasty Ming Dynasty Chapter Qing Dynasty bibliography Postscript author describes Tong Xun. Beijing Union Cardiff academic Professor Shi Xue experts enjoy special benefits. executive director of the Beijing Taoist Association. The main outcome of the Beijing Local History Summary religion Beijing. The Chin concubines. Religion and the building of a harmonious socialist society - the case of Beijing. the Encyclopedia of Buddhism culture. religious culture research . Buddhist temple culture. Christianity and the church culture. Islam and the Beijing Mosque. Taoism and the Beijing Palace now culture . the editor of contemporary religious history. Beijing Taoist stone Yi . Beijing religion electric series Papers of dozens. head eunuch tomb of mystery for the first time reveals the history really Jiu body Emirates decapitated head eunuch. have had a certain impact at home and abroad. Has undertaken a number of countries with Beijing Philosophy and Social Sciences Planning Study Project. the results of its research Beijing Philosophy and Social Sciences Outstanding Achievement Award. which Islam and the Beijing Mosque culture has twice won the fourteenth Garden Books Award. Sun Meng. from Beijing. graduated from the College of Applied Arts and Sciences of Beijing Union University. a bachelor's degree in history. ethnic and religious Institute of Beijing Union University's external researcher. Currently working at the Beijing Institute of Cultural Relics and Reserve members. engaged in field archeology. Participate in Islam and the Beijing Mosque the Taoist Temple Culture and Beijing Taoism stone. the writing. Abstracts preambleFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # EI025966

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P S Bawa

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About this Item: Shipra Publications, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Defining and understanding anger. 2. Hinduism on anger. 3. Buddhism on anger. 4. Sikhism on anger. 5. Jainism on anger. 6. Islam on anger. 7. Christianity on anger. 8. Food and yoga Asanas. 9. Power of music. 10. Greco-Roman philosophies on anger. 11. Chinese and Japanese philosophies. 12. Practical wisdom on anger. 13. Principles and practices of psychology on anger. 14. Modern science behind aggression and violence. 15. Seeking professional help. 16. Conclusion. Anger is a severe disturbance in our consciousness. Most people donít like getting angry but end up losing their temper far too often. Secondly, there is this nagging feeling that it is them or other people in their lives who are creating situations that drive them mad i.e. in whom does the problem lie? Thirdly, for how long can this go on? And fourthly, what is the solution? Book tries to explain the mental and physical effects of anger. The book has been written in the format of 3P Concept: Physicality, Philosophy and Practicality, it focuses on the essence of various religions and teachings of various philosophies behind it and lastly the practical solutions they offer. Seller Inventory # 114329

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XU SHU AN

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 249 Publisher: Beijing Language and Culture University title: Chinese Culture Original Price: $ 40 Author: Xu Shuan Press: Beijing Language and Culture University Publication Date: November 1. 2011 ISBN: 9.787.561.931.714 words: Page : 249 Edition: 1st Edition Binding: Paperback: Weight: 481 g Editor's Choice Chinese Culture is one of the International Chinese Teachers Standards Series. Summary cultural common sense content standard Chinese culture in traditional Chinese culture; Comparison of Chinese and foreign cultures and cross-cultural communication. content is a standard four Comparison of Chinese and foreign cultures and Intercultural Communication ; Chinese language learning gain and learning strategies. is a standard five second language acquisition and learning strategies; Chinese elements of the teaching methods. content standard Chinese pedagogy in teaching language elements. including voice. vocabulary. grammar teaching methods of Chinese characters; Chinese skills training methods. content standard Chinese pedagogy in language skills development. including listening. speaking. reading. writing. culture methods. Catalog prepared by the General Preface to International Chinese Teachers standard module and the development of ancient Chinese society in the history of the first section of the original chapter and dynasties History Section II Section III of significant historical and cultural events and archaeological achievements important historical book corresponding figure the fourth quarter section V of the ancient Chinese scientific and technological achievements of important historical relics in China section VI of Neo-Confucianism. the second chapter of China's world heritage and major Chinese philosophy and religious culture (1) pre-Qin philosophers Philosophy Section II Section III China Buddhism and Taoism Section IV of Christianity and Islam Chapter Chinese literature and art of the first section of ancient literature (Summary) Section II of modern Chinese literature (Summary) Section III ancient Chinese calligraphy and painting art of the fourth quarter architectural characteristics and achievements of section V of the fourth chapter of the artistic achievement of ancient gardens in China Folk Culture Section I Section II of traditional festival food culture the third quarter Clothing Culture Section IV weddings and rituals of the arts and crafts section V. Section VI folk beliefs of Introducing Digest preambleFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # FO055908

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Sir Charles Eliot

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: Vol. I: I. Introduction: 1. Influence of Indian thought in Eastern Asia. 2. Origin and growth of Hinduism. 3. The Buddha. 4. Asoka. 5. Extension of Buddhism and Hinduism beyond India. 6. New forms of Buddhism. 7. Revival of Hinduism. 8. Later forms of Hinduism. 9. European influence and modern Hinduism. 10. Change and permanence in Buddhism. 11. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 12. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 13. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 14. Eastern Pessimism and renunciation. 15. Eastern Polytheism. 16. The extravagance of Hinduism. 17. The Hindu and Buddhist scriptures. 18. Morality and will. 19. The origin of evil. 20. Church and state. 21. Public worship and ceremonial. 22. The worship of the reproductive forces. 23. Hinduism in practice. 24. Buddhism in practice. 25. Interest of Indian thought for Europe. II. Early Indian religion : a general view: 1. Religions of India and eastern Asia. 2. Historical. 3. General characteristics of Indian religion. 4. Vedic deities and sacrifices. 5. Asceticism and knowledge. 6. Religious life in pre-Buddhist India. 7. The Jains. III. Pali Buddhism: 8. Life of the Buddha. 9. The Buddha compared with other religious teachers. 10. The teaching of the Buddha. 11. Monks and Laymen. 12. Asoka. 13. The Canon. 14. Meditation. 15. Mythology in Hinduism and Buddhism. Vol. II: IV. The Mahayana: 16. Main features of the Mahayana. 17. Bodhisattvas. 18. The Buddhas of Mahayanism. 19. Mahayanist Metaphysics. 20. Mahayanist scriptures. 21. Chronology of the Mahayana. 22. From Kanishka to Vasubandhu. 23. Indian Buddhism as seen by the Chinese pilgrims. 24. Decadenoe of Buddhism in India. V. Hinduism: 25. Siva and Vishnu. 26. Features of Hinduism: ritual, caste, sect, faith. 27. The evolution of Hinduism, Bhagavatas and Pasupatas. 28. Sankara, Sivaism in Southern India, Kashmir, Lingayats. 29. Vishnuism in South India. 30. Later Vishnuism in North India. 31. Amalgamation of Hinduism and Islam, Kabir and the Sikhs. 32. Saktism. 33. Hindu philosophy. Vol. III: VI. Buddhism outside India: 34. Expansion of Indian influence. 35. Ceylon. 36. Burma. 37. Siam. 38. Camboja. 39. Champa. 40. Java and the Malay Archipelago. 41. Central Asia. 42. China. Introductory. 43. China (continued). History. 44. China (continued). The canon. 45. China (continued). Schools of Chinese Buddhism. 46. China (continued). Chinese Buddhism at the present day. 47. Korea. 48. Annam. 49. Tibet. Introductory. 50. Tibet (continued). History. 51. Tibet (continued). The canon. 52. Tibet (continued). Doctrines of Lamaism. 53. Tibet (continued). Sects. 54. Japan. VII. Mutual influence of Eastern and Western religions: 55. Influence of Christianity in India. 56. Indian influence in the Western world. 57. Persian influence in India. 58. Mohammedanism in India. Index."First published in 1921, when the author was the British Ambassador in Tokyo, Hinduism and Buddhism provides a vivid historical sketch of the Hindu and Buddhist religions, an immense subject."In his introduction Sir Charles Eliot points to the real foundation of Indian thought: 'Here more than in any other country the national mind finds its favourite occupation and full expression in religion. This quality is geographical rather than racial, for it is possessed by Dravidians as much as by Aryans. From the raja to the peasant most Hindus have an interest in theology and often a passion for it. Few works of art or literature are purely secular: the intellectual and aesthetic efforts of India, long, continuous and distinguished as they are, are monotonous inasmuch as they are almost all the expression of some religious phase'."The reissue of this eminent book is an important event which will be welcomed by all who are concerned with Hindu and Buddhist religion and thought. " 1180 pp. Seller Inventory # 49457

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Muhammad Razi Khan

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing, 2011. Contents 1 Islamic Philosophy 2 Ideology of Islam 3 Concept of Islamic Philosophy 4 Base of Islamic Philosophy 5 Spiritual Philosophy in Islam 6 Arabian Philosophy 7 Persian Philosophy 8 Greek Philosophy 9 Indian Philosophy 10 Chinese Philosophy 11 Philosophy of GenesisIslam is the very first as well as the final religion gifted to mankind by Allah the Almighty It is a different matter that the Holy Messengers Pbut who brought Islam in various periods of time were distinct by names physical appearance places of birth and belonged to different cultural backgrounds However the mission on which all of them embarked was one and the same-leading life strictly as per the injunctions of holy scriptures endowed to them If we go through the pages of Islamic history from the very first period down to the present hour we would come to know that the teachings and dos and donts by these various messengers taught their respective peoples were almost the same barring a few variations as for the requirements of the geographical social or other conditionsThe quintessence of the teachings of all the messengers Pbut was the same -- worship Allah the Almighty who is Omnipotent Omnipresent Omniscient and has no partner whatsoever Besides it the Prophet Pbut kept teaching their communities as and when required by the contemporary conditions along with the evolution of human life on earth In this way we can say that Prophet Muhammad Pbuh consummated the mission which father of mankind Hadrat Aadam Pbuh had started and which ran through a long chain consisting of approximating one lakh and twenty-four thousand messengers and prophets Thus Islam which Prophet Muhammad Pbuh brought as the last and final version is not only a religion but also a complete code of life It has its own philosophy wisdom and a distinct ideology And that is the focal and central basis of Islamic wisdom Chief sources of Islamic wisdom are the Holy Quran and the traditions of the Prophet Pbuh Thus whole of the Islamic wisdom is based on prophets teachings after Holy Quran This study is an asset for all scholars researchers and general readers. Seller Inventory # 94985

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M.R. Khan

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Islam is the very first, as well as the final religion, gifted to mankind by Allah, the Almighty. It is a different matter that the Holy Messengers (Pbut) who brought Islam in various periods of time were distinct by names, physical appearance, places of birth and belonged to different cultural backgrounds. However, the mission on which all of them embarked was one and the same -- leading life strictly as per the injunctions of holy scriptures, endowed to them. If we go through the pages of Islamic history, from the very first period, down to the present hour, we would come to know that the teachings and do`s and don`ts by these various messengers taught their respective peoples, were almost the same, barring a few variations as for the requirements of the geographical, social or other conditions. The quintessence of the teachings of all the messengers (Pbut) was the same -- worship Allah, the Almighty, who is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient and has no partner, whatsoever. Besides it, the Prophet (Pbut) kept teaching their communities as and when required by the contemporary conditions, along with the evolution of human life on earth. In this way, we can say that Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) consummated the mission, which father of mankind, Hadrat Aadam (Pbuh) had started and which ran through a long chain, consisting of approximating one lakh and twenty-four thousand messengers and prophets. Thus, Islam which Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) brought as the last and final version is not only a religion but also a complete code of life. It has its own philosophy, wisdom and a distinct ideology. And that is the focal and central basis of Islamic wisdom. Chief sources of Islamic wisdom are the Holy Quran and the traditions of the Prophet (Pbuh). Thus, whole of the Islamic wisdom is based on prophet`s teachings after Holy Quran. This study is an asset for all scholars, researchers and general readers. Table of Contents Islamic Philosophy Ideology of Islam Concept of Islamic Philosophy Base of Islamic Philosophy Spiritual Philosophy in Islam Arabian Philosophy Persian Philosophy Greek Philosophy Indian Philosophy Chinese Philosophy Philosophy of Genesis Printed Pages: 300. Seller Inventory # 61151

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Published by State University of New York Press, United States (2017)

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About this Item: State University of New York Press, United States, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Published in 1642, Wang Daiyu s Real Commentary on the True Teaching was the first significant presentation of Islam in the Chinese language by a Muslim scholar. It set the standard for the expression of Islamic theology, Sufism, and ethics in Chinese, and became the literary foundation of a school of thought that has been called Muslim Confucianism. In contrast to Muslim scholars writing in every other language, Wang avoided Arabic words, opting instead to reconfigure the religion in terms of Chinese concepts and categories. Employing the terminology of Neo-Confucian philosophy, his overview of Islam is thus both congenial to the mainstream Islamic tradition and reaffirms Confucian teachings about the human duty to establish harmony between heaven and earth. This book will appeal to those curious about the manner in which Islam has flourished in China over the past thousand years, as well as those interested in dialogue among religions and the significance of religious diversity. Seller Inventory # AAS9781438465074

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Published by State University of New York Press, United States (2017)

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About this Item: State University of New York Press, United States, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Published in 1642, Wang Daiyu s Real Commentary on the True Teaching was the first significant presentation of Islam in the Chinese language by a Muslim scholar. It set the standard for the expression of Islamic theology, Sufism, and ethics in Chinese, and became the literary foundation of a school of thought that has been called Muslim Confucianism. In contrast to Muslim scholars writing in every other language, Wang avoided Arabic words, opting instead to reconfigure the religion in terms of Chinese concepts and categories. Employing the terminology of Neo-Confucian philosophy, his overview of Islam is thus both congenial to the mainstream Islamic tradition and reaffirms Confucian teachings about the human duty to establish harmony between heaven and earth. This book will appeal to those curious about the manner in which Islam has flourished in China over the past thousand years, as well as those interested in dialogue among religions and the significance of religious diversity. Seller Inventory # AAS9781438465074

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Eliot, Charles:

Published by London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, (1968)

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About this Item: London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1968. Condition: Sehr gut. Reprint of the 1921 edition.. CIV, 345 S.; 322 S.; 513 S. Umschläge berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Volume 1: Introduction -- EARLY INDIAN RELIGION: A GENERAL VIEW RELIGIONS OF INDIA AND EASTEEN ASIA -- HISTORICAL -- GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIAN RELIGION -- VEDIC DEITIES AND SACRIFICES ASCETICISM AND KNOWLEDGE . -- RELIGIOUS LIFE IN PRE-BUDDHIST INDIA -- THE JAINS -- PALI BUDDHISM LIFE OF THE BUDDHA -- THE BUDDHA COMPARED WITH OTHER RELIGIOUS TEACHERS -- THE TEACHING OF THE BUDDHA -- MONKS AND LAYMEN -- ASOKA -- THE CANON -- MEDITATION -- MYTHOLOGY IN HINDUISM AND BUDDHISM -- Volume 2: THE MAHAYANA MAIN FEATURES OF THE MAHAYANA -- BODHISATTVAS -- THE BUDDHAS OF MAHAYANISM. -- MAHAYANIST METAPHYSICS -- MAHAYANIST SCRIPTURES -- CHRONOLOGY OF THE MAHAYANA -- FROM KANISHKA TO VASUBANDHU. INDIAN BUDDHISM AS SEEN BY THE CHINESE -- PILGRIMS -- DECADENCE OF BUDDHISM IN INDIA -- HINDUISM: SIVA AND VISHNU -- FEATURES OF HINDUISM: RITUAL, CASTE, SECT, FAITH -- THE EVOLUTION OF HINDUISM. BHAGAVATAS AND PASUPATAS -- SANKARA, SIVAISM IN SOUTHERN INDIA. KASHMIR. LlNGAYATS -- VISHNUISM IN SOUTH INDIA -- LATER VISHNUISM IN NORTH INDIA -- AMALGAMATION OF HINDUISM AND ISLAM. KABIR AND THE SIKHS -- SAKTISM -- HINDU PHILOSOPHY -- Volume 3: BUDDHISM OUTSIDE INDIA: EXPANSION OF INDIAN INFLUENCE -- CEYLON -- BURMA -- SIAM -- CAMBOJA -- CHAMPA -- JAVA AND THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGO -- CENTRAL ASIA -- CHINA -- SCHOOLS OP CHINESE BUDDHISM -- CHINESE BUDDHISM AT THE PRESENT DAY -- KOREA -- ANNAM -- TIBET -- TIBET THE CANON . -- DOCTRINES OF LAMAISM -- TIBET. SECTS -- JAPAN -- MUTUAL INFLUENCE OF EASTERN AND WESTERN RELIGIONS: INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIANITY IN INDIA -- INDIAN INFLUENCE IN THE WESTERN WORLD -- PERSIAN INFLUENCE IN INDIA -- MOHAMMEDANISM IN INDIA. Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Originalleinen mit Schutzumschlag. Seller Inventory # 990046

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M R K Afridi and Arif Ali Khan

Published by Pentagon Press, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8182742056 ISBN 13: 9788182742055

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About this Item: Pentagon Press, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Perception of Islamic Philosophy Preface. 1. Basic perceptions. 2. Concepts of philosophy. 3. Divine light. 4. Quranic wisdom. 5. Almighty God. 6. Oneness of Allah. 7. Model character. 8. Religious philosophy. 9. Spirituality and reality. 10. Islam's message. 11. Concepts of natural law. 12. Perception of governance in Islam. 13. Individual liberty. 14. Scholarship and knowledge. 15. Scientific approach. Bibliography. Index. Vol. II. History of Islamic Philosophy Preface. I. Philosophy Before Islam 1. Greek philosophy. 2. Alexandrio Syriac philosophy. 3. Persian philosophy. 4. Chinese philosophy. 5. Indian philosophy. 6. Arabian philosophy. II. Islamic Philosophy 7. Quranic wisdom. 8. Quranic philosophy. 9. School of Ikhwan al Safa. 10. Philosophy of Mutazilites. 11. Zahirite philosophy. 12. Philosophy of Maturidi. 13. Philosophy of Tahawi. 14. Philosophy of Ashari. III. Schools of Thought 15. Thoughts of Abu Hanifah and Abu Yusuf. 16. Thought of Jalal al din Rumi. 17. Thought of Ibn e Taimiyyah. 18. Thought of Jalal al din Dawwani. 19. Thought of Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi. 20. Thought of Jamal al din al Afghani. 21. Thought of Sanusi. 22. Thought of Shah Waliullah. 23. Thought of Muhammad Abduhu. Bibliography. Index. Vol. III. Religious Philosophy of Islam Preface. 1. Philosophy of faith. 2. Philosophy of creation. 3. Allah the greatest. 4. Belief in one God. 5. Quranic philosophy. 6. Quranic wisdom. 7. Divine verdict. 8. Prophet's commands. 9. Revelations from heaven. 10. Religious perceptions. 11. Essence of faith. Bibliography. Index. Vol. IV Social Philosophy of Islam Preface. 1. Islamic social philosophy. 2. Islamic philosophy of life. 3. Islamic society. 4. Social guidelines. 5. Islamic social commands. 6. Behavioural philosophy. 7. Islamic ethics. 8. Ideal character. 9. Social obligations. Bibliography. Index. Vol. V. Educational Philosophy of Islam Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Pre Islamic philosophy. 3. Philosophical concept of learning. 4. Philosophical features of education. 5. Philosophical development. 6. Philosophical aims and motives. 7. Role of philosophy in education. 8. Different philosophical aspects. 9. Human factors in educational philosophy. 10. Philosophical teachings. 11. Philosophy of basic education. 12. Knowledge in store. 13. Philosophy and family. 14. Concepts of women education. Bibliography. Index. Islam is a perfect code of conduct and ideal way of life. It has its own philosophy and ideology. Its manual consists of do's and don'ts pertaining to the related items with a brief intor. And a careful study undoubtedly increases the chances of prolonged life optimal profit and least loss. Just like any machine human body too is a machine whose manual is the Holy Qur'an. A marvel per se it contains clear and tacit instructions embellished with moral and highly philosophic allusions and references. Not only this it is pregnant with secrets of the bygone and the coming times and still more importantly they are easily accessible to anyone who has the passion to unearth them for the benevolence of the entire humanity with no barriers of caste creed or colour. However some anti human elements have succeeded in carrying out their obnoxious and pernicious plans to wrongly promote Islam. Therefore it was a paramount duty on our part to bring the truth before the world. With this aim this exclusive comprehensive and precisely put set of five volumes namely Encyclopaedia of Islamic Philosophy is being presented to esteemed readers. This set contains all dimensions of Islamic philosophy as well as Islamic schools of thought which have a long term impact on lives and behaviour of believers of Islam over the centuries. This prestigious work has distinctively covered each and every aspect of Islamic ideology and foundation of belief which really make Islam what it actually is. 2232 pp. Seller Inventory # 59548

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Encyclopedia of Religion: 16 Volume Set Complete: Mircea Eliade, Editor

Mircea Eliade, Editor in Chief

Published by Macmillan Publishing Company (1986)

ISBN 10: 0029094801 ISBN 13: 9780029094808

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About this Item: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1986. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Structurally near fine, sixteen-volume set copyright 1986-87; remarkably well preserved withdrawal from college library reference department with minimal number of stamps and stickers; all text blocks tight and square in near fine, glossy burgundy cloth boards; a beautiful collection of this seminal reference source; international shipments will require extra freight charges; Eliade-Bx-MBR. Seller Inventory # ABE-1516231702862

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BEN SHE.YI MING

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About this Item: Hardcover. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.HardCover. Pub Date: 2008 Publisher: Books of the Gansu Culture: Hui collection Britannica Ethnic Minorities in China's first large literature integrated Hui Collection Britannica. Ningxia Academy of Social Sciences. the completion of the large-scale project of ancient books by the Gansu Cultural Press Ningxia People's Publishing House published jointly issued printed 134. published a full set of 235 books will be completed in July this year. Publication of the project. to fill systematically study the the Hui Chinese language of ancient books blank in the history of our country. to carry out at home and abroad Hui cultural studies provide a set of the most original. authoritative. complete a comprehensive large literature. Ancient Books and China The recycling of the major achievements of the rare books engineering. A long time. the original ancient writings by the Hui. mostly stored in bulk in the folk. In 2004. the project by the Government of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Ningxia Academy of Social Sciences. libraries. used bookstores. mosques. Muslim settlements across the country wide search CASINO. and the use of digital technology to handle a database-Hui Collection Britannica . has collected a total of Five Dynasties and the Republic of China Hui 532 kinds of more than 3.000 volumes of books. religion class 210 species. 110 kinds of political history. arts. 144 species. 68 kinds of tech. Received is a rare and ancient of this. such as Methodist true Chamber Dun Yuet Tong Markov genealogy ancient books more than 40% are domestic academia print only existing copies off as lost. Since book received wide of the ancient sources. many categories are the most since the founding of New China. therefore the Hui academic. religious and cultural circles hailed. Hui Sikuquanshu. The publication of the book. will research the history of the Chinese Muslim. provides a wealth of information on the history of Islam in China. and to provide useful lessons to play an active role in building a socialist harmonious society and China's religious circles. 1 religion class: collect the Koran decipher. Tianfang Three Character Classic. Dawn. by the Department of pass spectrum . 210 kinds the curiosities and literature of the West to genealogy. the Series literature both rare Iraq aromatic Islam philosophy. doctrines. teachings class writings biography category. The legends classics and an excellent note this. Iraq aromatic Islam the history. philosophy. principles. doctrines. the rite of the system interpretation. 2 political history: include Ma Duanmin public memorials. Wyatt Hall London Markov genealogy. the Markov genealogy. curiosities and ancient Tibetan slips robbed more than 110 kinds. is the study of the successive political system. Borderland History . Hui uprising. Genealogy and Neo-Confucianist precious historical. Arts class: the pooled Sa Tianxi poetry. pottery Love Order. Chuk Yuen Cong words. Sang Yu Yin grass curiosities and classics. 144 kinds involved poetry. Collected Works. Painting and Calligraphy aspects. is an important historical study of Muslim literature and art. Tech: included Tianfang calendar source. Eat a meal was about the Xingyiquan spectrum. important books of 68 kinds of Chinese martial arts sticks Branch the Yi Fang Islamic teaching astronomy and the calendar Yi Fang Islamic to teach medical as well as ancient Chinese water farming. military theory precious historical materials. and foreign traffic. The Hui Collection Britannica is by far the most complete. the most authoritarian large Hui literature. is of great academic value and practical significance. The Beijing Plucking Court bookstoreFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # RN003601

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