Dr Afifi al-Akiti
Islamic theology, philosophy and science; the works of Islam's celebrated theologian, al-Ghazali (d. 1111)--especially on the influences from the Greek philosophical tradition and, most notably, the materials of the peripatetic Avicenna (d. 1058); the relationship between science and religion in the Islamic world with particular regard to the reception of the rational sciences in the kalam tradition and also in the madrasa culture; Muslim law, primarily in the Shafi'i school; medieval Arabic manuscripts; Moroccan religious lithographs (Hajariyya), i.e., early printed materials up to 1820; and medieval Islamic astronomy (falak).
2006. Verbot von Angriffen auf Zivilisten. Warda Publikationen.
2005. Defending the Transgressed by Censuring the Reckless against the Killing of Civilians: Mudafi' al-mazlumbi-radd al-muhamil 'ala qital man la yuqatil. Aqsa Press.
2004. 'The Three Properties of Prophethood in Certain Works of Avicenna and al-Ghazali'. In Interpreting Avicenna: Science and Philosophy in Medieval Islam. Edited by Jon McGinnis and David C. Reisman. Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science: Texts and Studies. Brill.
Medieval philosophy and theology (especially Aquinas, Scotus and Maimonides); the reception of Aristotle's Metaphysics and De Anima among the Abrahamic theologians of the medieval period; fides et ratio; Scriptural Reasoning (SR); Malay heritage and Nusantara culture; antiquarian; amateur astronomer.
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