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By Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki

ISBN-10: 0802198740

ISBN-13: 9780802198747

One of many world’s prime professionals on Zen Buddhism, D. T. Suzuki was once the writer of greater than 100 works at the topic in either jap and English, and used to be such a lot instrumental in bringing the lessons of Zen Buddhism to the eye of the Western global. Written in a full of life, obtainable, and easy demeanour, An advent to Zen Buddhism is illuminating for the intense scholar and layperson alike. Suzuki offers an entire imaginative and prescient of Zen, which emphasizes self-understanding and enlightenment via many structures of philosophy, psychology, and ethics. With a foreword through the well known psychiatrist Dr. Carl Jung, this quantity has been in most cases said a vintage creation to the topic for a few years. It presents, besides Suzuki’s Essays and guide of Zen Buddhism, a framework for dwelling a balanced and fulfilled life via Zen.

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The Intellectual and Artistic Life Chapter 21 Shi'i Education 280 ROY MOTTAHEDEH 282 Chapter 22 Shi'i Theology 287 W. MONTGOMERY WATT 288 cALLAMAH AL-HILLI 291 KHWAJAH NASIR AL-DIN TUSI 298 Chapter 23 Intellectual Sciences and Philosophy 300 'ALLAMAH TABATABA'I 301 cABD AL-RAZZAQ LAHIJI 306 MUHSIN FAYD KASHANI 309 Chapter 24 Shi'i Literature 312 MAHMUD AYOUB 313 E. G. BROWNE 317 PETER CHELKOWSKI 318 SHAYKH AL-MUFID 325 Page x Chapter 25 Shi'ism and Art 330 NADER ARDALAN 331 SEYYED HOSSEIN NASR 334 Chapter 26 Shi'ism and the Natural Sciences and Mathematics 341 SEYYED HOSSEIN NASR 342 VI.

As a result the women were allowed to choose their own husbands, and one of them was married to 'Ali's son Husayn and the other to Abu Bakr's son Muhammad. On another occasion 'Umar was going to execute Hurmuzan, a captured Iranian prince, but 'Ali persuaded the prince to become a Muslim and his life was spared. During his life he honored 'Ali. For ten years 'Umar served as Caliph and made great conquests for the glory of Islam. Before he died he made plans for the choice of his successor. Although he knew that 'Ali was well qualified to replace him, he would not consider 'Ali as his successor.

As for philosophy and the intellectual sciences, once again the words of 'Allamah Tabataba'i are cited to clarify the Shi'i attitude to these disciplines. This author belongs to the long chain of the Islamic philosophical tradition extending from Ibn Sina to Nasir al-Din Tusi, Ibn Turkah Isfahani, Mir Damad, Mulla Sadra, Sabziwari, and to the present generation. 'Allamah Tabataba'i considers this tradition from its philosophical, as well as its religious, significance. In order to understand Shi'ism, it is important to note that although Islamic philosophy more or less perished as a distinct school in the Arab world after Ibn Rushd, it survived in Persia more and more under the protection and patronage of Shi'ism.

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