This course will address issues on mysticism and philosophy; its differences with akhlaq tasawuf. It will examine important trestises of some prominent scholars such as al-Hallaj, Ibn Arabi, Ibn Sabaicn and al-Suhrawardi al-Maqtul. A Comparative study particualrly on views of the prominent figures of  other religions like Hinduism, Christian, Buddhism and Judaism will be also consulted.

References:

  1. Al-Ghazali,M.M. Abu Hamid.1939. Ihya’ Ulum al-din.Cairo: Maktabah Mustofa Al-Bab Al-Halabi.
  2. Al-Tusi, Abdullah bin Ali bin Muhamad. 1960. Al-Luma’. Cairo: Dar al-Kutub al-Hadithat.
  3. Al-Afifi, Abu Al-A’la. 1963. Al-Tasawuf: Al-Thaurah al-Ruhiah fi al-Islam. Cairo:Dar al-Kutub al-Hadithat.
  4. Ta’imah, Sabir, 2005. Al-Tasawwuf wa Al-Falsafah, Cairo, Makatabah Madbouli.
  5. Taher, Hamed, 2009, Al-Falsafah Al-Islamah fi Asri Al-Mu’ashir, Cairo, Nahdah Masr.
  6. Badawi, .Abd. Rahman 1949. Al-Shatahat al-Sufiah. Cairo:Maktabah An-Nahdoh.
  7. Ataullah, Mukhtar, 2000, Fi Al-Falsafah Al-Islamiah, Cairo, Darul Hani.