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The Other in the Light of the One
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Table of Contents

Introduction; Chapter I: The Hermeneutics of Suspicion or of Sufism?; Sufism in Context; Traditional Exegesis versus Postmodern Hermeneutics; Ibn 'Arabi: From Ontology to Hermeneutics; Chapter II: The Reality of the One and Dialogue with the Other; The One in the Many, the Many in the One Self-Disclosure and Human Diversity; Self-Effacement and the Face of God; Chapter III: Islam: Quintessential and Universal Submission; The Vanity of Chauvinism Particularism within Universalism; Chapter IV: Dialogue, Diatribe, or 'Da'wa'?; From Theological Exclusivism to Metaphysical Inclusivism; Universalism: A Form of 'Da'wa'?; Nasr's Universalism vs Hick's Pluralism; Beautiful Discourse; Epilogue; Bibliography; Index to Qur'anic Quotations; General Index.

About the Author

Dr Reza Shah-Kazemi is a Research Associate at the Institute of Ismaili Studies, London, United Kingdom. His areas of research are Comparative Religion, Islamic Studies and Sufism.

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"Dr. Shah-Kazemi's approach and insights are extremely valuable." --James S. Cutsinger, professor, University of South Carolina "A very honest and profound Sufi approach to the Qur'an and the problem of unity and variety in particular . . . the result of a very careful consideration of major issues, including important political issues of our time." --Hermann Landolt, professor, Institute of Islamic Studies-London "A very honest and profound Sufi approach to the Qur'an and the problem of unity and variety in particular . . . the result of a very careful consideration of major issues, including important political issues of our time." --Hermann Landolt, professor, Institute of Islamic Studies-London ""A very honest and profound Sufi approach to the Qur'an and the problem of unity and variety in particular . . . the result of a very careful consideration of major issues, including important political issues of our time."" "Hermann Landolt, professor, Institute of Islamic Studies London""

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