Timing and Temporality in Islamic Philosophy and Phenomenology of Life

Table of contents (16 chapters)

Section I

The View from Nowhere: Ibn al-‘ArabĪ on the Soul’s Temporal Unfolding
William C. Chittick

The Great Metamorphosis of The Logos of Life in Ontopoietic Timing
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

Temporal Origination of the Material world and Mulla Sadra’s Trans-substantial Motion
Reza Akbarian

The Timing of The Ontopoiesis of Life
Daniela Verducci

Section II

Edmund Husserl: The Genesis and Origin of Time
Michael F. Andrews

Time, Temporal, and Temporality
Seyyed Mohammed Khamenei

Some Phenomenological and Classical Corollaries on Time
Nader El-Bizri

Section III

MĪr Dāmād on Time and Temporality
Mehdi Aminrazavi

Historical and Messianic Time: The Structure of Subjectivity and the Question of Judgement
Massimo Durante

The Historicality of Linguistic Signs and the Ahistoricality of Meanings: The Role of Divine Neologisms in the Making of Islamic-Arab Tradition
Abdul Rahim Afaki

Section IV

Time and The Formation of the Human Person: a Comparison of Edith Stein’s and Martin Heidegger’s Thoughts
Maria-Chiara Teloni

Virtues in Al-Biruni’s Philosophy of Science
A.L. Samian

The Ontopoietic Timing of Life Versus The Kairic Unfolding of The Trans-Natural Destiny (A-T. Tymieniecka)
Kathleen Haney

Pure Love in Mulla Sadra
Jad Hatem

Section V
The Phenomenology of Wujud In the Thought of Ibn Al-‘Arabi
Robert J. Dobie

“Ibn Khaldûn’s Concept of History and the Qur’anic Notions of Economic Justice and Temporality”
Michel Dion