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Islamic Translation Series (Brigham Young University Press)

Islamic Translation Series (Brigham Young University Press)

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The Islamic Translation Series is designed not only to further scholarship in the study of Islamic philosophy, theology, and mysticism, but, by encouraging the translation of texts into the language of contemporary Western scholarship, to assist in the integration of Islamic studies into Western academia and to promote global perspectives in the disciplines to which it is devoted.


A Parallel English-Arabic

- Critique of Christian Origins, A Parallel English-Arabic Text, Abd al-Jabbar, 2010
- The Physics of The Healing, A Parallel English-Arabic Text in Two Volumes
Avicenna, 2010
- Classical Foundations of Islamic Educational Thought, A Compendium of Parallel English-Arabic Texts, Cook, Bradley J., 2011
- The Proofs of Prophecy, A Parallel Arabic-English Text, Hatim al-Razi, Abu, 2012
- The Elixir of the Gnostics, A parallel English-Arabic text, Sadra, Mulla, 2002
- Metaphysical Penetrations, A Parallel English-Arabic Text, Sadra, Mulla, 2014
- The Alexandrian Epitomes of Galen, Volume 1: On the Medical Sects for Beginners; The Small Art of Medicine; On the Elements According to the Opinion of Hippocrates. A Parallel English-Arabic Text Galen, 2015
- The Incoherence of the Philosophers, 2nd Edition, Al-Ghazali, 2002
- The Niche of Lights, Al-Ghazali, 1998
- Decisive Treatise and Epistle Dedicatory, Averroës, 2001
- Middle Commentary on Aristotle’s De anima, Averroës, 2001
- The Metaphysics of The Healing, Avicenna, 2005
- The Philosophy of Illumination, Suhrawardi, Shihab al-Din, 2000

Credit photo : العربية: طبيبٌ يُحضِّرُ عقارًا: تستندُ هذه المخطوطة إلى أعمال دِيُسقُورِيدُوس (ح. 40–90م)، وقد تُرجمت خلال العصر الذهبي للحضارة الإسلاميَّة.
English: Physician preparing an elixir: folio from a manuscript of the De Materia Medica by Dioscorides (ca. 40–90 AD).

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