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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY
HANDBOOK OF ORIENTAL STUDIESHANDBUCH DER ORIENTALISTIKSECTION ONE
THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTEDITED BY
H. ALTENMLLER B. HROUDA B.A. LEVINE R.S. OFAHEY K.R. VEENHOF C.H.M. VERSTEEGH
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY SUPPLEMENT
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ISLAMIC PHILOSOPYSupplementBY
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Preface ........................................................................................ Abbreviations .............................................................................. Alphabetical list of publications ................................................
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Index of names, terms and topics ............................................ 307 List of Corrections and Additions to the Edition 1999 .......... 425
PREFACE An increasing number of publications in the eld of Islamic philosophy has given us a new insight in the role of Islam in the history of philosophy. Muslim Scholars since the 2nd/8th century, sometimes cooperating with Christians, amalgamated Greek thought in a world-view, which essentially is determined by Koran, Islamic law and religiosity including susm. They often discussed problems and questions which indicate new developments and interpretations and in this way they contributed to the transmission of Greek thought to European scholastic philosophy in a specic manner, which is not conned to the process of translating from Greek into Arabic. Islamic philosophy appears to be a common eld of many Islamic countries, which are ethnically dierent and geographically distant. Their scholars mainly used Arabic. Today, Islamic philosophy or Islamic thought connects scholars from the Islamic West to the Islamic East until Indonesia. It became a medium in the dialogue between cultures, as an articulation of Islamic reexion on those elds, which in accordance with a Greek paradigma include language, logic, physics, metaphysics and ethics. Moreover, it became the moving power of an intellectual network, in which divergent trends and elds were combined and determinated each other. For this reason Islamic philosophy or thought as mirrored in a large amount of texts and interpretations appears to be a comprehensive picture of Islamic culture in its intellectual and spiritual facets. These facets became the determinating factors of the method and the contents of theoretical reexions and their practical consequences. In this manner, the study of Islamic thought opens our eyes to complexes and problems which still deserve our attention. Moreover, it reveals essential principles of Islam and the background of Islamic arguing and acting. The increasing interest in Islamic thought in the past few decades is documented by the publications of new journals specially devoted to this eld, like Arabic Sciences and Philosophy (Cambridge, since 1991) or the Journal of Islamic Philosophy (Ann Arbor, since 2005), which is also available on the internet under the website www.muslimphilosophy.com. Moreover, an unexpected amount of monographs appeared
in the series Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Sciences, published by Brill, in which since 1984 until today 64 volumes came out. The same publisher printed 20 volumes in the series Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, in which the Greek-Syriac-Arabic, the Arabic-Hebrew and ArabicLatin transmission of Aristotles works and commentaries on them were made accessible by editions and studies. Finally, an essential selection of philosophical texts, monographs and studies by scholars from the past, since 1999/2000 is available as reprint in a set of 120 volumes, which were published in the series Publications of the Institute of Arabic-Islamic Science. Islamic Philosophy. Frankfurt/M. (= PInHAIS.IP) and contain 618 entries, which are included in our supplement. Finally, I should mention the essential contributions of Iranian scholars in numerous monographs and articles in many journals, which only in part were available to me. An essential reference book is here the Bibliography of Rational Sciences by Musin Kadwar and Muammad Nr, which in 1999/2000 appeared in Teheran ( alphabetical list nr. 4923/2). The mentioned publications demonstrate in an impressive manner the increasing importance of Islamic philosophy in the eld of humanities, as part of the history of philosophy between Greek philosophy on the one side and medieval Latin and Jewish philosophy on the other side and as part of Islamic studies. Islamic philosophy has many dimensions and cannot be separated from the history of science in Islam; in its contents and method it is the control desk of sciences and the tool of theology and law. Its manifoldness and importance deserve its rm establishment as part of the humanities. We hope that our Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy, which came out in 1999 in two volumes, and this Supplement can contribute to a better appreciation of this eld. Here, I express my sincere thanks to my wife Helga for her careful corrections and proofreading. Dsseldorf/Frankfurt am Main Hans Daiber
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al- [Arabic article, if followed by an Arabic noun] Abhandlungen der (K.) Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch-philologische Klasse. Mnchen. Annuaire de lEcole Pratique des Hautes Etudes. Section des Sciences Religieuses. Paris. Archiv fr Geschichte der Philosophie (und Soziologie). Berlin. Archives dhistoire doctrinale et littraire du moyen ge. Paris. Annali delIstituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli. Pubblicazioni. Napoli. Atti del (R.) Istituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti. Venezia. American journal of Semitic languages and literatures. Chicago, Ill. Al-Andalus. Madrid. Abhandlungen der (K.) Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Berlin. Abhandlungen zur Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte. Halle, Saale. Arabica. Revue dtudes arabes. Leiden. Arabic Sciences and Philosophy. Cambridge. Asiatic review. London NS. Boletn de la Asociacin Espaola de Orientalistas. Madrid. Bulletin dtudes orientales de lInstitut Franais de Damas. Beyrouth. Beitrge zur Geschichte der Philosophie (und Theologie) des Mittelalters. Texte und Untersuchungen. Mnster. Bibliotheca orientalis. Nederland(sch) Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten te Leiden. Leiden. Bulletin de philosophie mdivale. Louvain. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. London.
x CDios CQ CTun DoC EI EnAC EPhM ErJb EtMu Gn. HSCP HThR HUCA IASH.P IBLA IC IJMES IOS IPTS Islam IslQ IslSt ISPT ISTAC J JA JAOS JHI JHP JHS JQR JRAS JSSt Mach. MESA
abbreviations La Ciudad de Dios. El Escorial. Classical quarterly. London. Cahiers de Tunisie. Tunis. Doctor Communis. Encyclopaedia of Islam. Leiden. New edition 1, 1960. Entretiens sur lantiquit classique. Genve. tudes de philosophie mdivale. Paris. Eranos-Jahrbuch. Zrich. tudes musulmanes. Paris. Gnomon. Munich. Harvard studies in classical philology. Harvard theological review. Cambridge, Mass. Hebrew Union College annual. Cincinnati, Ohio. Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Proceedings. Jerusalem. IBLA. Revue de lInstitut des Belles Lettres Arabes. Tunis. Islamic culture. Hyderabad. International journal of Middle East studies. London. Israel oriental studies. Tel-Aviv. Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Sciences. Ed. H. Daiber and D. Pingree. Leiden, New York, Kobenhavn, Kln. Islam. Zeitschrift fr Geschichte und Kultur des islamischen Orients. Berlin. Islamic quarterly. A review of Islamic culture. London. Islamic studies. Karachi. s. IPTS. International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization. Kuala Lumpur. Janssens, J. Journal asiatique. Paris. Journal of the American Oriental Society. Baltimore, Md. Journal of the history of ideas. New York. Journal of the history of philosophy. Berkeley, Calif. Journal of Hellenic studies. London. Jewish quarterly review. Philadelphia, Pa. Journal of the R. Asiatic society of Great Britain and Ireland. London. Journal of Semitic studies. Manchester. Al-mashriq. Revue catholique orientale. Beyrouth. Middle East Studies Association.
abbreviations MIDEO MM MMIA MS MSM Muson MUSJ OCA OLA OLZ OM Or. Oriens ParOr PInHAIS.IP RAfr REJ RFNS RMet RMoMu RPL RSO RSPhTh RThom RThPh SAWW.PH SBAW SIFC StIsl Tr.
Mlanges de lInstitut Dominicain dtudes Orientales du Caire. Cairo. Miscellanea mediaevalia. Berlin. Madjallat al-madjma" al-'ilm al-'arab bi-Dimashq. Mediaeval studies. Pontical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. Toronto. Modern schoolman. A quarterly journal of philosophy. St. Louis, Mo. Muson. Revue dtudes orientales. Louvain. Mlanges de lUniversit Saint-Joseph. Beyrouth. Orientalia Christiana analecta. Roma. Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta. Leuven. Ori