The Status of Suhrawardi Studies in the West
نویسنده: Aminrazavi، Mahdi؛
بهار 1383 - شماره 10 علمی-پژوهشی (18 صفحه - از 159 تا 176)
"He continues to discuss ishraqi motifs and the spiritual journey of the soul from the occidental exile to the orient of light in a number of his works among which we can name L''''Iran et la philiosophie (27) (a collection of mostly unedited articles,) and les motifs Zoroastrians dans la philosophie de Sohrawardi (21) a work that traces the philosophical roots of Suhrawardi''''s thought to ancient Persia and argues for perennial philosophy. First we have major work Rainer Freitag entitled Seelenwanderung in der islamischen Haresie (36) in which he discusses Suhrawardi''''s view on metempsychosis and then there is the article by Sabline Schmidtke of the University of Bonn entitled "The Doctrine of the Transmigration of the Soul According to Shihab al-Din Suhrawardi and His Followers"(62). References are also made by some of the lesser known scholars of Suhrawardi such as Abdolamir Johardelvari''''s brief history of philosophy in Persia, written in German entitled Iranische Philosophie von Zarathustra bis Sabzewari,(46) Miklos Maroth''''s work on prepositional logic in which he discusses Suhrawardi''''s logic (47) and Macuch Rudolf in an informative article entitled "Greek and Oriental Sources of Avecina''''s and Suhrawardi''''s Theosophies,"(60) in which he highlights the intellectual sources of these two figures. Von Kramer, in Geschichte derherrschenden Ideen des Islam (49) in 1868 and Carl Brockelmann''''s encyclopedic work (18) in which Suhrawardi is mentioned, the first major work on him is by the German scholar Max Horten in his Die Philosophie der Erleuchtung nach Suhrawardi (43) written in the early part of last century (1911)."
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