Journal of Islamic Philosophy
This unique journal is created specifically for the academic study of Islamic philosophy. The journal provides a peer-reviewed forum for scholars interested in the philosophical study of diverse topics in Islamic philosophy. Classical Islamic philosophy of past masters will be re-examined with a new focus. The underlying issues regarding the many ethical, metaphysical, existential, and epistemological challenges posed by western philosophy will be explored in comparison to Islamic philosophy. We hope to serve as an impetus toward the renewal of the rich and dynamic spirit of Islamic philosophical discourse in the current era.
Staff and Editors
Editor in Chief
Dr. Mashhad Al-Allaf
Executive Editor: Dr. Macksood Aftab, Tufts University
Book Reviews Manager: Muhammad Hozien, William Paterson University
Dr. Mustafa Mahmoud Abu Sway, Al-Quds University
Dr. Mashhad Al-Allaf, Petroleum Institute
Dr. Mehdi Aminrazavi, University of Mary Washington
Dr. Munawar Anees, John Templeton Foundation
Dr. Hamidreza Ayatollahy, Allameh Tabatabaii University
Dr. Massimo Campanini, University of Milan
Dr. Thérèse-Anne Druart, The Catholic University of America
Dr. Majid Fakhry, Georgetown University
Dr. Muzzafar Iqbal, Center for Islam and Science
Dr. Waheed Ishrat, Iqbal Academy
Dr. Ibrahim Kalin,Georgetown University
Dr. Ebrahim Moosa, Duke University
Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, George Washington University
Dr. Mohammed Rustom, Carleton University
Dr. Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University
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