Intellectual Interactions in the Islamic World

The Ismaili Thread

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Explores the how the Ismailis and other Islamic groups have interacted and intellectually influenced each other throughout history

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Introduction
Orkhan Mir-Kasimov, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK.

PART I: In the Eyes of Others: Mutual Reflections in Polemical and Doctrinal Literature
1. Sunni Perceptions of the Ismailis: Medieval Perspectives
Farhad Daftary, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK
2. Ismaili Polemics Against Opponents in the Early Fatimid Period
Paul E. Walker, The University of Chicago, USA
3. On the Limited Representation of the Ismailis in al-Saduq's (d. 381/991) Kamal al-din
Roy Vilozny, The University of Haifa, Israel
4. 'The Places where the Wrestler is Thrown Down' (Masari' al-musari') and the Question of Tusi's Rejection of his Prior Nizari Identity
Toby Mayer, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK

PART II: Authority and Law
5. Ismaili and Sunni Elaborations of the Sources of Law: The Kitab al-Majalis wa'l-musayarat by al-Qadi Abu Hanifa al-Nu'man and the Risala of al-Shafi'i: A Comparative Study
Agostino Cilardo, University of Naples "L'Orientale", Italy
6. Sacrifice, Circumcision and the Ruler in the Medieval Islamic West: The Ismaili-Fatimid Legacy
Maribel Fierro, Spanish National Research Council, Spain
7. Human Action, God's Will: Further Thoughts on the Divine Command (amr) in the Teachings of Muhyi al-Din Ibn al-'Arabi (560-638/1165-1240)
Michael Ebstein, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

PART III: The Ikhwan al-Safa', Theosophical and philosophical trends
8. Onto-cosmology and Hierohistory in the Manuscript Tradition of the Rasa'il Ikhwan al-Safa'
Carmela Baffioni, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK
9. Extra-Ismaili Sources and a Shift of Paradigm in Nizari Ismailism
Daryoush Mohammad Poor, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK
10. Nature according to Hamid al-Din al-Kirmani (d. after 411/1020-21) and Mulla Sadra (d. 1050/1640): Ismaili Influence on a Twelver Thinker or Dependence on Common Sources
Janis Esots, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK

PART IV: Mystical Trends
11. Early Ismailis and Other Muslims: Polemics and Borrowing in Kitab al-Kashf
Mushegh Asatryan, The University of Calgary, Canada
12. The Intellectual Interactions of Yemeni Tayyibism with the Early Shi'i Tradition
Daniel De Smet, KU Leuven, Belgium
13. The Nizari Ismaili Theory of the Resurrection (Qiyama) and Post-Mongol Iranian Messianism
Orkhan Mir-Kasimov, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK


PART V: Ismaili-Sufi Relationships in Badakhshan
14. Ismaili-Sufi and Ismaili-Twelver Relations in Badakhshan in the Post-Alamut Period: The Chiragh-nama
Nourmamadcho Nourmamadchoev, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK
15. The Concept of Wilaya in Mubarak-i Wakhani's Chihil Dunya: A Traditional Ismaili-Sufi Perspective on the Origins of Divine Guidance
Abdulmamad Iloliev, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK

PART VI: The Interaction and Circulation of Knowledge across Religious and Geographical Boundaries
16. Beyond Space and Time: The Itinerant Life of Books in the Fatimid Market Place
Delia Cortese, Middlesex University London, UK
17. On the Cusp of 'Islamic' and 'Hindu' Worldviews The Ginan Literature and the Dialectics of Self and Other
Wafi A. Momin, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK
18. Spring's Equinox: Nawruz in Ismaili Thought
Shafique N. Virani, The University of Toronto, Canada
19. Yemeni Ismailism in Jewish Philosophy, 6th/12th to 11th/17th Centuries: A General Historical Sketch
Mauro Zonta, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Om forfatteren

Orkhan Mir-Kasimov is a Senior Research Associate at the Institute of Ismaili Studies, London. Previously, he lectured at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes and the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilisations (INALCO) in Paris and worked at various research centres in France and Germany, including the Institute for Advanced Study of Nantes and the Free University of Berlin. He has published works on various aspects of Islamic mysticism and messianism, focusing on the late medieval and early modern periods, including Words of Power: Hurufi Teachings between Shi'ism and Sufism in Medieval Islam (2015), and Christian Apocalyptic Texts in Islamic Messianic Discourse (2017).