Creation and the Timeless Order of Things: Essays in Islamic Mystical Philosophy
A leading Japanese philosopher and author explores the deep structures of Zen Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian philosophies. Izutsu compares the concepts of the three disciplines regarding time, metaphysics and visionary experiences, and more.
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There is a problem common to many writers on Sufism. They write their analyses as if they are 'devotional' texts. I don't mean to say that they lack scholarly objectivity, though a few do, but their ... Read full review
Review: Creation and the Timeless Order of Things: Essays in Islamic Mystical PhilosophyUser Review - Goodreads
Amazing. I need to read it again. A bit beyond me, but well worth reading and rereading.
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An an analysis of wahdat alwujud
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