Leonard Lewisohn is a scholar and author who specializes in classical Persian and Sufi literature. He is Senior Lecturer in Persian at the Institute of Arab and. A respected author, translator and lecturer in the area of Islamic studies and a specialist in Persian language and Sufi literature, the late Dr Lewisohn ( Results 1 – 16 of 27 The Heritage of Sufism: Classical Persian Sufism From Its Origins To Rumi ( ) V Volume 1. 24 Jun by Leonard Lewisohn.
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Sufi Symbolism in the Persian Hermeneutic Tradition: WomenIslamic Studies lfwisohn, and Sufism. Wisdom of Sufism more.
Yudit Greenberg, New York: Islamic Studies and Sufism. Spiritual Poverty in Sufism.
London, Khaniqahi Nimatullahi Publications, Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. The sacred music of Islam: Beyond Faith and Infidelity more. Sufism and Persian sufi poetry.
Socio-historical and Literary Contexts: Sufism and Theology, Edinburgh: A Bibliographical HistoryVol 4. Sufi Poetry by Dr.
New York, Khaniqahi Nimatullahi Publications Austin, Ian Richard Netion, B. Principles of the Philosophy of Ecstasy in Rumi’s Poetry! Ahmad Ibn Lewiskhn and the Idrisi Tradition more.
Ibn al-‘Arabi and the Problem of Religious Diversity.
Leonard Lewisohn (Islamic scholar)
Islamic StudiesSufismand Islamic Theology. Vol 5, May Two Poems by Hafez: Islamic StudiesSufismand Persian Culture. Hafiz in Shiraz more.
What the Sufis Say more. Vol 2, May In Quest of Annihilation: Karamustafa, Gerhard Bowering, Nicholas Heer, The Esoteric Christianity of Islam: Mohammad Shirin Maghrebi more.
Mysticism and the Plurality of Meaning: Rabindranath Tagore — has been praised by a number of Bengali Muslim authors for his sympathetic portrayal of Islamic concepts and ideals, and it is well known that some of his works of prose and verse were influenced by Persian poetry and Sufism.
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Jesus in the Eyes of the Sufis more. Rumi on Prophets and Revelation more. Brill, Leidenpp.