Ibn 'Arabi: The Voyage of No Return (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Franska
Antal sidor
148
Utgivningsdatum
2018-11-15
Upplaga
2 New edition
Förlag
The Islamic Texts Society
Översättare
David Streight
Originalspråk
French
Dimensioner
216 x 138 x 10 mm
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781911141402

Ibn 'Arabi: The Voyage of No Return

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'Ibn Arabi: The Voyage of No Return' is a concise introduction to the life and thought of Ibn 'Arabi, who is considered as the 'Greatest of Sufi Masters'. Written by the author of a best-selling biography of Ibn 'Arabi, 'Ibn Arabi: The Voyage of No Return' traces the major events of Ibn 'Arabi's life: his conversion to Sufism; his travels around Andalusia and the Maghreb; his meetings with the saints of his time; his journey to Mecca; his travels in Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Syria; his most important books. The events of Ibn 'Arabi's 'inner voyage', however, are far more spectacular than those of his outer life and are here presented directly from the many auto-biographical sections found in his writings. Through her detailed analysis of Ibn Arabi's works and her profound understanding of his ideas, Claude Addas gives us a comprehensive insight into the major doctrines of this most influential of Sufi masters: the doctrine of prophethood and sainthood, of inheritance from the prophets, of the 'imaginal world', of the 'unicity of Being', of the 'Seal of the Saints', and many others.Addas also introduces the main disciples of Ibn 'Arabi down to the nineteenth century and traces both his unequalled influence on the course of Sufism and the controversies that still surround him till today. 'Ibn 'Arabi: The Voyage of No Return' is essential reading for anyone interested in Islamic mysticism and is a genuine contribution to scholarship in this field. This second edition includes a new preface and an updated and expanded bibliography.
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Innehållsförteckning

Preface to Second Edition---Chapter One: Should Ibn 'Arabi Be Burned?---Chapter Two: The Prince's Prayer---Chapter Three: "Flee towards God"---Chapter Four: The Masters of the Way---Chapter Five: The Seal---Chapter Six: "When what has never been disappears..."---Chapter Seven: "The distance of two bows, or closer"---Chapter Eight: The Meccan Revelations---Chapter Nine: "God is, and nothing is with Him"---Chapter Ten: "Wherever you turn, there is the Face of God"---Chapter Eleven: The Two Horizons---Chapter Twelve: "Benefit from my existence"---Opinions of Ibn 'Arabi---Chronology---Bibliography