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Ab?'l-Barak?t al-Baghd?d?'s Metaphysical Philosophy : The Kit?b al-Mu'tabar

By: Pavlov, Moshe M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Jewish Studies Series: Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2017Description: 1 online resource (401 p.).ISBN: 9781317265474.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ab?'l-Barak?t al-Baghd?d?'s Metaphysical Philosophy : The Kit?b al-Mu'tabarOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- An introductory overview to the metaphysical philosophy -- 1 An introduction to Abū'l-Barakāt's metaphysical philosophy -- 1.1 Introductory background to the conception of the existent and existence -- 1.2 Conceptual influences upon Abū'l-Barakā's metaphysics -- 1.3 The fundamental ontological conceptions of the existent and existence -- 1.4 Outlining the philosophy of Abū'l-Barakāt as presented in the -- 1.5 Metaphysics and the structure of its principles
1.6 Abū'l-Barakā's Prolegomena to metaphysics -- 1.7 The series of topics of the Metaphysics -- Part I The theory of the existent interacting with existence conceived by means of the second cognition -- IPI.1 Introduction to Part I -- IPI.2 Abū'l-Barakā on the nature of the existent with existence -- IPI.3 The classification scheme of the interactive relationships -- 2 Interacting notions of the external world: on time, creation, and causality -- 2.1 From substance to the interaction of the existent with existence -- 2.2 Time as an adjunct to existence -- 2.3 The question of creation
2.4 On the notion of causality -- 3 The relationship of the existent to existence -- 3.1 Toward the conception of the First Existent-Existence -- 3.2 Existence and the existent studied separately -- 3.3 Abū'l-Barakā's summary of the theory of reference -- 3.4 On the new form of cognition -- 3.5 The proof and meaning of the First Existent-Existence -- 3.6 Toward the higher plateaus of the positive conception of God -- 4 The nature of knowledge and the mental existents -- 4.1 Introduction and history of the theory of knowledge -- 4.2 Abū'l-Barakā's metaphysical theory of knowledge
4.3 The theory of the known -- 4.4 The meaningful representation for the mental forms -- 4.5 The mental existent of apprehension -- 4.6 The merging of knowledge with the notion of an existent -- 4.7 The conception of God's knowledge and His cognition -- 4.8 The forms of mind, soul, and the organism -- 4.9 The principle of knowledge -- 5 The metaphysical attributes and the principle of origination -- 5.1 An introduction to the ontological themes -- 5.2 The nature of the attributes within the complex organic existent -- 5.3 The elaboration of the principle of origination
5.4 The qualitative nature of the attributes and their perfection -- 5.5 The conception of the living God -- 5.6 The relationship between cognition and action -- 5.7 The principles of the ontological existent and origination -- Part II The spiritual realm and the First Knower conceived by means of the third cognition -- IPII.1 Introduction to the conceptions of the spiritual realm -- IPII.2 The direct third cognition of the spiritual realm -- IPII.3 The ascending hierarchy leading to the cognition of God -- 6 The theoretical nature of the metaphysical ipseitical cognition
6.1 An introduction to the related conceptions of the third cognition
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- An introductory overview to the metaphysical philosophy -- 1 An introduction to Abū'l-Barakāt's metaphysical philosophy -- 1.1 Introductory background to the conception of the existent and existence -- 1.2 Conceptual influences upon Abū'l-Barakā's metaphysics -- 1.3 The fundamental ontological conceptions of the existent and existence -- 1.4 Outlining the philosophy of Abū'l-Barakāt as presented in the -- 1.5 Metaphysics and the structure of its principles

1.6 Abū'l-Barakā's Prolegomena to metaphysics -- 1.7 The series of topics of the Metaphysics -- Part I The theory of the existent interacting with existence conceived by means of the second cognition -- IPI.1 Introduction to Part I -- IPI.2 Abū'l-Barakā on the nature of the existent with existence -- IPI.3 The classification scheme of the interactive relationships -- 2 Interacting notions of the external world: on time, creation, and causality -- 2.1 From substance to the interaction of the existent with existence -- 2.2 Time as an adjunct to existence -- 2.3 The question of creation

2.4 On the notion of causality -- 3 The relationship of the existent to existence -- 3.1 Toward the conception of the First Existent-Existence -- 3.2 Existence and the existent studied separately -- 3.3 Abū'l-Barakā's summary of the theory of reference -- 3.4 On the new form of cognition -- 3.5 The proof and meaning of the First Existent-Existence -- 3.6 Toward the higher plateaus of the positive conception of God -- 4 The nature of knowledge and the mental existents -- 4.1 Introduction and history of the theory of knowledge -- 4.2 Abū'l-Barakā's metaphysical theory of knowledge

4.3 The theory of the known -- 4.4 The meaningful representation for the mental forms -- 4.5 The mental existent of apprehension -- 4.6 The merging of knowledge with the notion of an existent -- 4.7 The conception of God's knowledge and His cognition -- 4.8 The forms of mind, soul, and the organism -- 4.9 The principle of knowledge -- 5 The metaphysical attributes and the principle of origination -- 5.1 An introduction to the ontological themes -- 5.2 The nature of the attributes within the complex organic existent -- 5.3 The elaboration of the principle of origination

5.4 The qualitative nature of the attributes and their perfection -- 5.5 The conception of the living God -- 5.6 The relationship between cognition and action -- 5.7 The principles of the ontological existent and origination -- Part II The spiritual realm and the First Knower conceived by means of the third cognition -- IPII.1 Introduction to the conceptions of the spiritual realm -- IPII.2 The direct third cognition of the spiritual realm -- IPII.3 The ascending hierarchy leading to the cognition of God -- 6 The theoretical nature of the metaphysical ipseitical cognition

6.1 An introduction to the related conceptions of the third cognition

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<p>Moshe M. Pavlov studied philosophy at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, taking his B.A. and M.A. in philosophy and his doctorate in Jewish Philosophy.</p>

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