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Ishraq: Islamic Philosophy Yearbook: 2015. No. 6. Moscow: Vostochnaya Literatura, 2015. — 383 p. — ISBN 978-5-02-036595-7

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The sixth issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy “Ishraq” (“Illumination”) contains more than twenty articles in Russian, English and French, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic philosophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field.

 

 The central theme of the sixth issue is the Transcendent Philosophy of Sadr al-Din Shirazi (Mulla Sadra)

 

Ishraq : Islamic Philosophy Yearbook : 2014. No. 5. Moscow: Vostochnaya Literatura, 2014. — 485 p. — ISBN 978-5-02-036569-8

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The fifth issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy “Ishraq” (“Illumination”) contains some fhirty articles in Russian, English and French, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic philosophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field.

The leading theme of this issue is the Shiraz and Isfahan schools of philosophy

 

Ishraq: Islamic Philosophy Yearbook: 2013. № 4. – Мoscow, 2013. – ISBN 978-5-02-036543-8

The fourth issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy “Ishraq” (“Illumination”) contains some forty articles in Russian, English and French, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic philosophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field.

 

The leading theme of this issue is Nasir Kusraw, al-Kirmani and Isma'ili philosophy

 

Ишрак: ежегодник исламской философии: 2012. № 3

Ishraq: Islamic Philosophy Yearbook: 2012. № 3. – Мoscow, 2012. – ISBN 978-5-02-036503-2

The third issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy “Ishraq” (“Illumination”) contains around forty articles in Russian, English and French, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic philosophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field.

 

The leading theme of this issue is Ibn Arabi and Akbarian school

 

 

Ishraq: Islamic Philosophy Yearbook: 2011. № 2.
Ishraq: Islamic Philosophy Yearbook: 2011. № 2. – Мoscow, 2011. – ISBN 978-5-02-036468-4.

The second issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy “Ishraq” (“Illumination”) contains more than thirty articles in Russian, English and French, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic philosophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field.

 

The issue is dedicated to al-Suhrawardi and philosophy of illumination

 

 

Ishraq: Islamic Phi­losophy Yearbook. № 1.

Ishraq: Islamic Phi­losophy Yearbook. № 1.  Moscow, 2010. ISBN 978-5-9551-0402-7.

The first issue of the yearbook of Islamic philosophy Ishraq (‘Illumination’) contains more than thirty articles in Russian and English, devoted to a wide range of issues, current in Islamic phi­losophical thought, written by the leading Russian and foreign experts in the field. This is the first periodical of this kind in Russia.

For philosophers, Islamicists and everyone interested in philosophy and Islamic intellectual tradition.

 

 

 


 

Editor: Yanis Eshots (Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK)

 

Editorial Board

 

Carmela Baffioni (The Oriental University of Naples, Italy)
Gerhard Bowering (Yale University, USA)
William C. Chittic (Stony Brook University, USA)
Hans Daiber (Goethe University of Frankfurt)
Daniel DeSmet (CNRS, France)
Gholamhossein Ibrahimi Dinani (Iranian Institute of Philosophy, Iran)
Evgenia Frolova (Institute of Philosophy, RAS, Russia)
Pilar Garrido Clemente (Universityof Murcia, Spain)
Denis Gril (University of Provence, France)
Hamid Hadavi (Instituteof Philosophy, RAS, Russia)
Hassan Hanafi (Cairo University, Egypt)
Mehdi Imanipour (OCIR, Iran)
Shigeru Kamada (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Seyyed Muhammad Khamenei (SIPRIn, Iran)
MahmudErol Kilic (Marmara University, Turkey)
Hermann Landolt (McGill University, Canada)
Oliver Leaman (University of Kentucky)
Mohamed Mesbahi (Mohammed V University, Morocco)
Mehdi Mohaghegh (Tehran University, Iran)
James W. Morris (Boston College, USA)
Seyyed Hoseyn Nasr (George Washington University, USA)
Ilshat Nasirov (Instituteof Philosophy, RAS, Russia)
Vitaliy Naumkin (Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS, Russia)
Shahram Pazouki (Iranian Institute of Philosophy, Iran)
Nasrollah Pourjavady (TehranUniversity, Iran)
Stanislav Prozorov (Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS, Russia)
SajjadH. Rizvi (Exeter University, UK)
Sabina Schmidtke (Institute for Advanced Study, USA)
Andrey Smirnov (Institute of Philosophy, RAS, Russia)
Marietta Stepanyants (Institute of Philosophy, RAS, Russia)