|This paper was presented at the International Conference on Mawlawi Rumi organized by the Institute of Islamic Studies, London and The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London (London 25-26 January 2002)||Up|
Dualism and Monism:
How Really Different Are the Two Versions of Sufi Ethics?
This paper was presented at the International Conference on Mawlawi Rumi and later published in a slightly edited form under the title 'Ethical Dimensions of God-to-Man Relation According to Rūmī and Ibn ĎArabī' in 'Proceedings of the International Conference on Mawlawi Rumi (IIS, London, 25-26 January 2002)', London: Salman-Azade Press, 2003, and republished in 'Transcendent Philosophy: An International Journal for Comparative Philosophy and Mysticism' © London Academy of Iranian Studies (London). Volume 5. Number 2, Dec 2004, p.129-140, later published in Comparative Ethics in a Global Age / ed. M.Stepaniants. [Washington]: © The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2007, pp.271-278.
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