İBN ARABİ'Yİ ANLAMAK Sonbahar Seminerleri Kasım 2021

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27 Kasım 2021 tarihinde gerçekleştirilecek programı Üsküdar Üniversitesi, Tasavvuf Araştırmaları Enstitüsü ve Nefes Yayınevi youtube kanallarından takip edebilirsiniz:

27 Kasım 2021, 17.00 GMT (Londra)

“İbn Arabi’yi Anlamak” Temalı Sonbahar Çevrimiçi Seminerleri Sonuç Oturumu

Oturum Başkanı: Mahmud Erol Kılıç 

Arapça yayın için: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOlDvIF8sk7u6yjGk_UQi3Q

İngilizce yayın için:  https://www.youtube.com/uskudaruniversitesi 

Türkçe yayın için:  https://youtu.be/Ku6V0k1I1Pc

İbn Arabi’yi Anlamak

Sonbahar Çevrimiçi Seminerleri

Kasım 2021


Kerim Vakfı İbn Arabi Araştırmaları Enstitüsü

Üsküdar Üniversitesi Tasavvuf Araştırmaları Enstitüsü

Muhyiddin İbn Arabi Topluluğu (The Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society, Oxford)

Program, Kasım ayında Cumartesi günleri düzenlenecek ve dört hafta sürecektir.

İlk üç konferans “İbn Arabi’yi Anlamak” teması ile gerçekleştirilecektir.

Dördüncü hafta, programın sonuç oturumu gerçekleştirilecektir.


Moderatör: Hasan Kerim Güç 

6 Kasım 2021, 20.00 (İstanbul), 17.00 GMT (Londra)

Mahmud Erol Kılıç: “Ahmad Avni Bey’in İbn Arabi Anlayışı”

13 Kasım 2021, 20.00 (İstanbul), 17.00 GMT (Londra)

Leyla Halife: “Manevi Fıkıh ve Gnostik Bilgide İbn Arabi”

20 Kasım 2021, 20.00 (İstanbul), 17.00 GMT (Londra)

Muhtar Ali: “Davud al-Qaysari’nin Mukaddima’sı: İbn Arabi’ye Temel Giriş”

27 Kasım 2021, 17.00 GMT (Londra)

“İbn Arabi’yi Anlamak” Temalı Sonbahar Çevrimiçi Seminerleri Sonuç Oturumu

Oturum Başkanı: Mahmud Erol Kılıç 


Program, Zoom Webinar platformunda gerçekleştirilecektir ve sadece kayıt yaptıranlar izleyebilecektir.

Tüm seminerler için simültane çeviri yapılacaktır.

Programa kayıt ve katılım ücretsizdir. 

27 Kasım 2021 tarihinde gerçekleştirilecek olan programı izleyebilmek için aşağıdaki linkten kayıt olunuz:


Canlı yayın katılım bağlantıları (link) en geç programın bir gün öncesinde kayıt yaptıranlarla paylaşılacaktır.


Speakers and Presentations

Mahmud Erol Kılıç is a Professor of Sufi Studies. His numerous books, articles and translations have focused on Ibn ‘Arabi and the Ibn ‘Arabi school of thought as well as Sufism in Anatolia. He has been the ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the Republic of Indonesia, and was the Secretary General of the Parliamentary Union of the OIC Member States (PUIC) based in Tehran. Prof. Kılıç currently serves as the Director General of the Research Center for Islamic History, Art and Culture. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi Society.

Mahmud Erol Kılıç writes: ‘Ahmed Avni Konuk (d. 1938) was a Sufi, musician, and composer with the masterful approach of applying his Sufi experience within the Mawlawi Sufi path to his work in the state postal service. Following a voluminous commentary on the Masnavi (considered one of the most comprehensive commentaries made in Turkish), he also wrote a commentary on Ibn ‘Arabi’s Fusus al-Hikam. This commentary serves as a key to Ibn ‘Arabi’s main ideas and concepts; the introduction in particular is almost a summary of the entire Akbari system of thought. What is even more interesting about Ahmed Avni Bey, however, is that his vision did not separate Mevlana and Ibn ‘Arabi, but rather explained one through reference to the other – an approach that brought together the two figures of Mevlana and Ibn ‘Arabi like pieces of a puzzle, to present a unified understanding of two traditions’.

Laila Khalifa (Ph.D) began her studies in social sciences and history at the University of Jordan in Amman. Later she pursued postgraduate research in Social Psychology at the University of Nottingham, UK in 1985. She was awarded her MA in Classical and Modern Islamic Thought at the Sorbonne in 1988. She has subsequently dedicated her research to the study of Ibn ‘Arabi’s doctrine and received her Ph.D. in 2000, in History and Civilisation at the L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.

Here, under the supervision of Prof. Michel Chodkiewicz, she completed her dissertation: “Conquêtes, Illuminations, Tassawuf et Prophétie: La Futuwwa chez le Sheikh al- Akbar Muhammad Muhyi a-Din Ibn ’Arabi (1165-1240)”. (Conquest, Illumination, Sufism and Prophecy: The Futuwwa in Ibn ‘Arabi (1165-1240.) She continues her research into Ibn ‘Arabi’s metaphysical doctrine and participates in international symposiums. Laila Khalifa has published books and articles.

Laila Khalifa writes: ‘The writings of Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi are among the most important to have been written in the gnostic knowledge. Ibn ‘Arabi’s writings connect human civilization extending from Adam – peace be upon him – to Prophet Muhammad – may God bless him and grant him peace; in other words from the beginning of creation standing in the day of the covenant before God, to the day of return and finally standing before God, Glorious and Most High, and asking for intercession. Ibn ‘Arabi divulges the divine, spiritual, and legal secrets in the rulings in fiqh and shari’a that came with canonical language, supported by openings (fath), discoveries (kashf), and divine self-manifestation (al-tajalli al-ilahi). Specialists in this field agree on the importance of these books, as well as on the difficulty of reading them. In this seminar, I will elucidate some of the problematic issues as well as the essential points that need to be understood when it comes to the study of Ibn ‘Arabi’s school of thought, in the realm of gnostic knowledge and spiritual fiqh.’

Mukhtar H. Ali (Ph.D) (2007) University of California, Berkeley, is a Lecturer in Islamic Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He specializes in Sufism, Islamic philosophy and ethics, but his areas of interest also include Arabic and Persian literature, Qurʾanic studies and comparative religion. He is the author of Philosophical Sufism: An Introduction to the School of Ibn al-ʿArabi (Routledge, 2021) and The Horizons of Being: The Metaphysics of Ibn al-ʿArabi in the Muqaddimat al-Qayṣari (Brill, 2020).

He has translated some contemporary metaphysical texts, The New Creation (Sage Press, 2018) and The Law of Correspondence (Sage Press, 2021).

Mukhtar H. Ali writes: ‘This talk explores the writings of Dawud al-Qaysari (d. 751/1350), the preeminent commentator of Ibn ‘Arabi’s works. Qaysari’s introduction to his commentary on the Fusus al-Hikam – popularly known as the Muqaddimat al-Qaysari – is a masterpiece of Sufism that distills in clear and precise language Ibn ʿArabi’s entire metaphysical worldview. As such, it is a foundational, introductory text in the school of Ibn ʿArabi, elucidating the key doctrines of Philosophical Sufism: Being, the divine attributes, the universal worlds, the imaginal world, unveiling, creation and the microcosm, the perfect human, the origin and return of the spirit, prophethood and sainthood.’

Program Moderatörü:

Hasan Kerim Güç is a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute for Sufi Studies, Üsküdar University, Istanbul. His studies include Sufism and the thought, history and Islamic literature of the Ottoman period. He worked in Virginia, USA, in software engineering between 1999-2010. He is currently the Managing Director of Nefes Publishing (Nefes specialises in books on Islamic texts and Sufi studies. It also includes the Tuti imprint, which specialises in popular science).

He is a founding and board member of the Kerim Foundation and is the author of Ken’an Rifai’nin Dervişlik Anlayışı (Kenan Rifai’s Understanding of Dervish) (Nefes, 2020) and The Birds of Attar (Nefes, 2021). He has also published translations of philosophical classics.

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