This course discusses the definition of philopsohy according to the Western and Muslim philosopers. Students will be introduced to the prominent philosophical figures and thinkers such as Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, al-Kindy, al-Farabi, Ibnu Sina, Abu Hamid, Ibnu Rushd and etc.

References:

  1. Ibnu Sina, 2010, al-Najat, Lebanon, Darul Kutub Ilmiah.
  2. Ibnu Rushd, 2005, Tahafut al-Tahafut, Lebanon, Darul Kutub Ilmiah.
  3. Abdul Halim Mahmud. 1964. al-Tafkir al-Falsafi fi al-Islam. Cairo: Maktabah Anglo al-Masriyyah.
  4. Al-Bahiy, Muhammad. 1978: Muhadarat al-Falsafah al-Islamiyyah. Cairo: Matba’ah Kuliyyah al-Azhariyyah.
  5. De Boer, T.J. 1957. Tarikh al-Falsafah fi al-Islam. Cairo: Maktabah Lajnah al-Ta’lif wa al-Tarbiyyah wa al-Nashr.
  6. Hume, David. 1978. A Treatise Of Human Nature. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press
  7. Mustafa, Abdul Raziq. 1972. Al-Tamhid fi al-Falsafah al-Islamiyyah. Cairo: Maktabah al-Subaih wa Awladuh.