- Author:Lloyd Ridgeon
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (January 23, 1998)
- Pages:220 pages
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Shows Nasafi and his legacy in a new light.
Shows Nasafi and his legacy in a new light. Nasafi's works are of particular interest because they contain valuable descriptions of the different Islamic world views of the age. Includes substantial extracts to help illuminate this perceptive study of a neglected figure in the pantheon of Sufi thinkers.
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Routledge Published January 23, 1998 Reference - 220 Pages ISBN 9780700710140 - CAT RU30142 Series: Routledge Sufi Series.
Routledge Published January 23, 1998 Reference - 220 Pages ISBN 9780700710140 - CAT RU30142 Series: Routledge Sufi Series. Routledge Published January 23, 1998 Reference - 220 Pages ISBN 9780700710133 - CAT RU30141 Series: Routledge Sufi Series. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy.
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by. Lloyd V. J. Ridgeon. Nasafī, ʻAzīz al-Dīn ibn Muḥammad, 13th cent, Sufism, Religious life - Islam. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.
Life, times and works of Aziz Nasafi; ontology; epistemiology; the Sufi journey; visionary experience and unity with God; the perfection of man. show more. 5 100% (3). 4 0% (0). 3 0% (0).
series Routledge Sufi Series. This book examines the development of Persian Sufism, showing it to be a practical philosophy of the everyday rather than just a metaphysical phenomena. The author explores the ethic of futuwwat (or jawanmardi), an Iranian code of honour that emphasised loyalty, humility, generosity and bravery.