Workshop on Muslim Philosophy

The Muslim philosophical tradition which has had a twelve-century-long history and is still alive today, like all other Islamic science, is deeply rooted in the Qur’an and Prophetic Sunnah. Muslim Philosophy  is Islamic not only by virtue of the fact that it was cultivated by Muslims but because it derives its principles, inspiration and many of the questions with which it has been concerned from the sources of Islamic revelation despite the claims of its opponents to the contrary.

COMPASS intends to invite students’ attention to the rich philosophical tradition of Muslims and analyse its content and understand the role it has played in Muslim tradition. For this purpose COMPASS is organizing  two days workshop on Muslim Philosophy.

Eligibility:

Bachelor degree in any discipline/ Graduation from any Islamic Madrasa.

Date:

2016 September 5, 6

Venue:

Seminar Hall, MES Mampad College

Programme Schedule

MONDAY (5-09-2016)

9:30-10:00 – Registration

Inaugural session (10:00 am -11:00 am)

Welcome: Sabique.MK (Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic)

Chair: Dr.P.K.Babu (Principal, MES Mampad College)

Introduction: Salahudheen.K (Coordinator,COMPASS)

Inauguration: Prof. Kunhali. V (Visiting Professor, CH Chair/ Former Head of Department of History, University of Calicut)

Vote of Thanks: Dr.Jayafarali (Assistant Professor, Dept. Islamic History)

Tea break (11 – 11.15)

Session -I

Resource Person: Dr.Thafasal Ijyas (Faculty,King Khalid University,KSA)

11:15 – 1:00: Introduction to Muslim Thought

1:00 –  2:00: Lunch break

2:00-3:30: From Early Philosophical tradition to Al-Kindi

Session II

Resource Person: Ismail T. (Academic coordinator, Al-Ihsan Educational Trust, Thalassery)

3:30- 4:00  Discussion (Topic: The idea and meaning of “Muslim Philosophy”)

4:00‎-4:45  Introduction to Key Concepts of Classical Philosophy

TUESDAY (6-09-2016)

Session II  Continues

9:15-10:30 Reading and Discussion: Muslim Philosophy from Al-Kindi to Ibnu Rushd

Tea Break (10:30-10:10:45 )

10:45-11:15  Epistemological Issues (A Game on “Logic” )

Session III

Resource Persons:

Sadique PK (Research Fellow, EFLU, Hyderabad)

Shameer.K.S ( Editor, Other Books)

Hudaifa Rahman (Research Scholar , University of Calicut)                                                                             

11:15-12:30 Sadique PK on “Vessels Of Philosophy: Onto-sociology of Ibnu Khaldun” 

Lunch Break: 12:00-1:30pm

1:30-2:30 Shameer.K.S on  “Sha Waliulla: Philosophy of Legalism as Against Antinominalism”

2:30-3:00 Discussion

3:00-4:00 Hudaifa Rahman on Ways of Being Iqbal   

Conclusion (4:00-4:30)   

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  1. Can we conduct a programme on ancient world and religions, especially Hinduism, islam and christianity…..

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