Ibn Arabi. Selected
works. Vol. 2
Translation from the Arabic, commentaries and introductory article by Andrey Smirnov. — Moscow: Languages of Slavonic Culture: Sadra, 2014. — 400 p. — (Philosophy of Islamic World: Translations. V. 2) — ISBN 978-5-9551-0667-0, 978-5-906016-16-4
The second volume of Selected works of Ibn Arabi contains three selections from al-Futuhat al-Makkiyya: "Theses", "Questions and Answers", "Murid's sermons" . "Theses" is a section of the book's "Introduction" where Ibn Arabi exposes his teachings in consize form of masa'il. "Questions and Answers" contains answers of Ibn Arabi to questions posed by al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi. And "Murid's sermons" is a section of the last chapter of Futuhat where Ibn Arabi addresses those who wish to reach knowledge of the Truth.
The introductory article exposes process-based logic and its laws and compares it to substance-based Aristotelian logic. The commentary to the translation demonstrates the importance of process-based logic to understand the meaning of Ibn Arabi's text