CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES IIA. ISLAM. VOLUME 3

 

PHILOSOPHY in PAKISTAN

 

edited by

 

NAEEM AHMAD

 

CONTENTS

 

PREFACE

Naeem Ahmad

 

INTRODUCTION

George F. McLean

 

PART I PHILOSOPHY AS A SEARCH FOR UNITY IN THE TRANSCENDENT

 

Chapter I. The Philosophical Interpretation of History

M. M. Sharif

 

Chapter II. One God, One World, One Humanity

Khalifa Abdul Hakim

 

Chapter III. Iqbal’s ‘Preface’ to His Lectures on the Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam

Q. M. Aslam

 

Chapter IV. A Case for World Philosophy: My Intellectual Story

C. A. Qadir

 

Chapter V. How I See Philosophy

Intisar-ul-Haq

 

Chapter VI. God, Universe and Man

Muhammad Hanif Nadvi

 

Chapter VII. Iqbal on the Material and Spiritual Future of Humanity

Javid Iqbal

 

PART II CLASSICAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND METAPHYSICS

 

Chapter VIII. Philosophy of Religion: Its Meaning and Scope

M. Saeed Sheikh

 

Chapter IX. Function of Muslim Philosophy

Abdul Khaliq

 

Chapter X. Knowledge: An Islamic Perspective

B. H. Siddiqui

 

PART III PAKISTAN PHILOSOPHY IN THE BRITISH TRADITION

 

Chapter XI. On Sense and Nonsense

Kazi A. Kadir

 

Chapter XII. Quantification and Opacity

Ali Akhtar Kazmi

 

Chapter XIII. The Nature of Mind

Absar Ahmad

 

Chapter XIV. Knowledge of Other Minds

Abdul Hameed Kamali

 

PART IV PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY IN PAKISTAN

 

Chapter XV. The Notion of Existence

Manzoor Ahmad

 

Chapter XVI. From Anguish to the Search for Truth

Waheed Ali Farooqi

 

Chapter XVII. Individual and Culture

Muhammad Ajmal

 

Chapter XVIII. Descartes’ Concept of a Person

Shahid Hussain

 

Chapter XIX. God and Values

Khawja Ghulam Sadiq

 

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

 

APPENDIX Philosophical Activity in Pakistan: 1947-1961

Richard V. De Smet, S.J.

 



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