You are on page 1of 14

traditionalist school

Perennial Philosophy
Perennialism

sophia
perennis sanatana dharma
al-Hikmah al-khlidah[1]67

1996

19


19
19

Orientalism

1978 Edward W. Said

[2]Ziauddin Sardar

[3]2

[4]12


[4]13

Falsafah
Hikmah

alHakm

31
kitb
hikmah3:48
3:81

al-Nafshikmah
Falsafah


Theosophy
philosophytheology

[4]24

[4]27
prophetic philosophy

[4]28

HikmahHaqqah
al-Haqq
al-haqqah
Al-haqqah

yat al-nr24 35

Peripateticism mashsh

[4]27

being

wjib al-wujdmumkin al-wujd

kufr

12
Suhraward11531191
Hikmat al-ishrq

Talwht
Muqwamt
Mutaraht
Hikmat al-ishrq

[5]60

[5]61Hikmat

[5]61

theosophy

[5]56

16
Mull Sadr1572-1640 al-hikmat
al-mutaliyah

Shuhud

philosophy

14
Fakhr al-Dn alRz

[5]54

embodiments

13
kalmal-marifah al-irfn 19
Jaml al-Dn al-Afghn
[4]11

[4]12

10 300

19
20

19

[4]13

[4]13

1200


anti-intellectual

[1]

2006 1 11-12
2003 1 62-66
2006 1 167-175

[1] Hikmahaql

Falsafah

[1]

Luqmnhakm
Muammar

[1] Hermeticism1463 Marsilio

Ficino1433-1499three-times
masterHermes Trismegistus

3
15

[1] Seyyed Hossein Nasr and Oliver Leaman (Ed.), History of Islamic Philosophy,

London and New York: Routledge, 1996. P.28.

[1] Hikmat al-ishrq

[1] Mull Sadr Sadr al-Dn Muhammad ibn


Ibrhm al-Qawm al-Shrz
al-hikmat al-mutaliyah

[1]Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Knowledge and the Sacred, The Gifford


Lectures, 1981. State University of New York Press, 1989.

[2]Edward W. Said
1999
[3] Ziauddin Sardar
2005
[4]Seyyed Hossein Nasr and Oliver Leaman (Ed.), History of Islamic
philosophy, London; New York: Routledge, 1996.

[5]Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Three Muslim Sages, Carvan Press, Darbar


Market, Lahore; Suhail Academy, Chowk Urdu Bazar, Lahore, 1988,
1999. Suhraward and the Illuminationists.

On Prof. Nasrs View of Islamic Philosophy

By ZHOU Chuan-bin
School of Politics Law, Ningxia University, Yinchuan 750002

AbstractFrom the 19th century onwards, with the rise of the


dicipline of the history of philosophy, combined with the
development of Oritental studies, many Western schloars began
their studies on Islamic philosophy. From a Eurocentric view, they
defined Islamic philosophy as a kind of Medieval form which had
come to an end with Ibn Rushd or soon thereafter. This kind of view
have been widely accepted among scholars of West and East
include Muslim themselves. The most famous Islamic philosopher
taday, Prof. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, sharply pointed out the
Orientalism background of this kind of view, proposed to carrying
out a kind of view of Islamic philosophy itself, bringing forward a
continued history of Islamic philosophy, which have a principal
significance in the studies of Islamic philosophy. This paper is
consisted of four main parts: the Orientalism pattern of Islamic

philosophy studies; the concept of Islamic philosophy according to


Prof. Nasr; the continuity through times of Islamic philosophy
according to Prof. Nasr; the Unity in Diversity pattern of islamic
philosophy according to Prof. Nasr; and, a short summary.

Key wordsHistory of Islamic Philosophy, Prof. Nasr, sophia perennis