Islamic Thought and
Social Inquiry

Workshop Day 2 – Program

Day 2 — September 12, Sunday 

Session 3 — 10:00 – 12:00  Traditional Approaches to Multiplexity in the Islamic Disciplines  

Moderator:  Kasım Kopuz

Hüsnü Geçer 

“O Humankind”: Conceptions of the Human in Classical  Islamic Thought (“Ey Insan”: Klasik İslam Düşüncesinde İnsan Tasavvurları)  

Mahmoud Masri (Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University) 

The Levels of Self (marātib al-nafs) in the Context of the Levels of Knowledge (marātib al-’ilm): Whosoever Knows Himself Knows His Lord 

(مراتب النفس في سياق منظومة مراتب العلم: من عرف نفسه فقد عرف ربَّه)

Muhammed Salih Ekinci el-Ğursî  (Dar al-Fuqaha)  💻

A Call to Opinion Leaders of the World from the Perspective of Multiplex Ontology and Epistemology

 (نداء إلى قادة الرأي في العالم تحت بيان مراتب الوجود ومراتب العلم)

Hamzeh al-Bakri (Ibn Haldun University) 

The Multiplicity of the Aspects of the Hukm and its Effect on the Complementarity of the Islamic Sciences 

(تعدُّد جهات الحكم وأثره في تكامل العلوم الإسلامية)

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Session 4 — 14:00 – 16:00
Multiplex Approaches to Human Self and Action: Contemporary  Interpretations  

Moderator: Naoki Yamamoto (Marmara University)

Recep Şentürk (Ibn Haldun University) 

Me, Myselves, and I: Al-Ghazali’s Theory of Multiplex Self and Action

Mohammad Hammour (Ibn Haldun University) 

Liberty and the Self

Abdallah Rothman 💻 (Cambridge Muslim College, UK) 

A Multiplex Approach to Psychology: Reorienting to the Study of the Soul from within an Islamic Paradigm

Rahmi Oruç & Önder Küçükural (Ibn Haldun University) 

Munāẓara in Between Dialogical and Monological Approaches to Argumentation

Session 5 — 16:30-18:30 Social Science from a Multiplex Perspective:  Issues, Values, and Ethical Life

Moderator: Tuba Erkoç Baydar (Ibn Haldun University)

Rosabel Ansari 💻 (Stony Brook University, US) 

Multiplexity in Islamic Metaphysics: Tashkīk and Modulation

Omar Qureshi 💻 (Zaytuna  College, US) 

Adab: Habitus and Relationality

Alan Godlas 💻 (University of Georgia, US) 

Rehumanizing Teaching and Research in Islamic Studies

Volkan Stodolsky 💻 (Darul Qasim, US) 

A Repudiation of Physicians Killing Their Patients: The Darkness of the Enlightenment and the Inviolability of Human Life in the Light of Revelation

Closing Remarks — 18:30 – 19:00 

Recep Şentürk, Alparslan Açıkgenç, Amin Kholwadia, Mohammad Hammour, Hooman Keshavarzi, Heba Raouf

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