New Issue: Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3)

The new issue for Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3) has been released. Articles and reviews can be reached through this link, as the journal is open-access.


Is it Possible to Speak of an Illuminationist Circle in the Ottoman Scholarly World? An Analysis of the Ottoman Scholarly Conception of Illuminationism, Mustakim Arıcı

Mental Existence Debates in the Post-Classical Period: A Study in the Context of the Essence and Category of Knowledge, Murat Kaş

An Introduction to the Critique of the Theory of Definition in Arabic Logic: Is Complete Definition Circular?, Mehmet Özturan

Debating Sufi Knowledge in the Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Thought: An Analysis of the Saçaḳlīzāde-‘Alamī Debate on Divine Inspiration (‘ilm al-ladunn), Mehmet Gel



Like a Swiss Clockwork in the Desert: A Review of Moshe M. Pavlov’s Books on Abū al-Barakāt al-Baghdādī, Pauline Froissart



Nasîruddîn Tûsî’de Önermeler Mantığı [Logic of Propositions in Naṣīr al-Dīn al-Ṭūṣī], Harun Kuşlu (by Aytekin Özel)

The World in a Book: Al-Nuwayri and the Islamic Encyclopedic Tradition, Elias Muhanna (by Duygu Yıldırım)

Varlık ve Akıl: Aristoteles ve Fârâbî’de Burhân Teorisi [Being and Intellect: Demonstration Theory in Aristotle and al-Fārābī], Ali Tekin (by Fatma Karaismail)

Klasik İslam Düşüncesinde Atomculuk Eleştirileri [Criticisms of Atomism in Classical Islamic Thought], Mehmet Bulğen (by Zeynep Şeker)