The mind is the basis of philosophical thinking, within the series of philosophy and religion.
Delivered by Prof. Dr. Aref Ali Nayed
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kalam Foundation for Research and Media
Member of the Royal Al al-Bayt Foundation for Islamic Thought
Member of the Supreme Scientific Council of Mohammed bin Zayed University for Human Sciences
The lecture touched on topics:
The relationship between philosophy and Islam, philosophy and religiosity, reason and transmission, knowledge and narration, the seas of philosophy, types of philosophies and their useful and unhelpful branches, and the role of philosophy in developing thinking.
Consideration and the term corresponding to it in contemporary philosophy, intentionality in consideration, the Ash’arite school and the Maturid school, and the best that the Western world has presented in philosophy, and the intellectual schools of Western philosophy, its development, its sections, its pioneers, and its importance.
The necessity of comparing what was written by Islamic scholars on these topics, and what was written by contemporary Western philosophers, and the importance of combining them and being aware of them, putting thought into that, and producing study materials that compare the science of debate etiquette (among Muslims) and the science of questioning or research logic (in philosophical studies). Contemporary), educational programs that bring together the ideas of the past and the present, mentioning examples of Muslim and Western philosophers, and the importance of comparing their writings.
He also talked about the terms: ethics of research, debate, debate, modern thinking, methods of philosophy, areas of philosophical thought, pragmatics, semiotics, artifact science, artificial intelligence, sophistry, agnosticism, stubbornness, stubbornness, relativism, facts, existents, epistemology. , Theory of Ethics, Theory of Existence, Meditation, Knowledge, Contemporary Philosophy, Realist Schools, Psychology, Thinking, Mind, Arts of Science, Arts of Learning, The Moral Side of Mind, Critical Thinking, Philosophy and Engineering, Non-Formal Logic.
The lecture is organized by Mohammed bin Zayed University for Human Sciences, as part of its Ramadan season of philosophical lectures, under the slogan: (Philosophy and Religion).
April 16, 2021