A Comparative Study on Islamic and Western Philosophy Edited by Seyed G Safavi, 2002, 192pp, £9. The present book consists of 8 articles, concerning Comparative Study on Islamic and Western Philosophy. The articles are written by scholars from Asian, European and American universities.
Perception According to Mulla Sadra Edited by Seyed G Safavi, 2002, 334pp, £13. The present book consists of 19 articles, concerning perception according to Mulla Sadra. The articles are written by scholars from Asian, European and American universities.
Dialogue among Civilisations Edited by Seyed G Safavi, 2003, 398 pp, £15. “Those who listen to the word then follow the best of it; those are they whom Allah has guided, and those it is who are the men of understanding.” (The Holy Qur’an, Chapter 39, Verse 18)
From a Sadraean Point of View Toward an Ontetic Elimination of the Subjectivistic Self by Mahmoud Khatami The overall aim of this book is to examine whether the Sadraean school of transcendent philosophy can contribute to removing those crucial aspects of modern subjectivism which are problematically hidden in the ontological gap within the modern […]
Mulla Sadra & Comparative Philosophy on Causation Edited by Seyed G Safavi 2003, 318 pp, £13 Causation in Islamic and western philosophy is a complex issue that operates at many levels. This book will introduce an ontological and epistemological approach on cause and causation. And describe some of the divisions of causation. This book […]