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List of All Volumes


Volume 68, 2020

128 pages | paperback £12.50 (Members £9.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £12.50 (Members £9.00)

  • A Hayati Poem by Ibn ʿArabī | translated by Denis McAuley
  • ‘As for your Lord’s blessings, recount them!’: Personal Stories and Spiritual Communication in Ibn ʿArabi’s Meccan Illuminations Part II | James Winston Morris
  • On the Union of Mysticism and Philosophy in the Writings of Ṣadr al-Dīn al-Qūnawī | Sam Jaffe
  • Spiritual Death as Reorientation and Revival: Comparative Reflections on Śūnyatā in Mahāyāna Buddhism and Fanāʾ in Sufism | Hina Khalid
  • The Sea and the Wave: A Preliminary Inquiry into Sayyid Ḥaydar Āmulī’s Criticism of Ibn al-ʿArabī’s Ontology | Mohammad Amin Mansouri
  • The Celestial ‘Polished Mirror’: The Mystical Dimension of the Moon according to Muhyiddin Ibn ʿArabī | Esmé L.K. Partridge
  • Book Reviews: Les cinq piliers de l’islam (The Five Pillars of Islam), The Sufis’ and Ibn al-ʿArabī’s Attitudes Towards the Pillars of Islam


Volume 67, 2020

128 pages | paperback £12.50 (Members £9.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £12.50 (Members £9.00)

  • A Poem by Ibn ʿArabi | translated by Stephen Hirtenstein and Denis McAuley
  • Michel Chodkiewicz: A Legacy | Denis Gril
  • Preface to a new edition of Emir ʿAbd al-Qādir’s Mawāqif | Michel Chodkiewicz
  • In memory of Maurice Gloton | Michel Chodkiewicz
  • A Bibliography of Michel Chodkiewicz’s Writings | Claude Addas
  • Keith Critchlow: An Appreciation | Jane Carroll
  • The Abrahamic Heritage in Medieval Sufism. Part 2: The Station of Abraham | Francesco Chiabotti
  • Abū ʿAmr ʿUthmān al-Abharī: A Master of Ibn al-ʿArabī | Aydogan Kars
  • Malik MS 4263: A Manuscript Case Study Part 2: The Library List of Ṣadr al-Dīn al-Qūnawī | Stephen Hirtenstein and Julian Cook
  • Book Review The Openings Revealed in Makkah, Volume 1


Volume 66, 2019

104 pages | paperback £12.50 (Members £9.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £12.50 (Members £9.00)

  • A Poem by Ibn ꜤArabi | translated by Denis McCauley
  • Taḥrīr al-bayān: SaꜤid al-Din Farghānī on the Psychology of Dhikr | William C. Chittick
  • Al-Farghānī – an addendum | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • The ‘Radiant Way’: Ibn ꜤArabī and the Interpretation of the Law Claude Addas
  • The Structure of The Openings Revealed in Makkah | Eric Winkel
  • The Revival of Sharia’s Allegories | Hamza Dudgeon
  • Book Reviews: l’Esprit de Sainteté dans le Conseil de l’Âme (The Spirit of Holiness in the Counselling of the Soul); The Alchemy of Human Happines; The First Islamic Classic in Chinese


Volume 65, 2019

104 pages | paperback £12.50 (Members £9.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £12.50 (Members £9.00)

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Denis McAuley
  • Ibn ‘Arabī ’s Kitāb al-Bā’: The Truth through which the Heavens and the Earths Were Created | Hülya Küçük and Stephen Hirtenstein
  • The “Radiant Way”: Ibn ‘Arabī  and the Interpretation of the Law | Claude Addas
  • The Lyricality of the Soul: Jesus, the Word and Supplication According to Ibn al-‘Arabī | Cyrus Ali Zargar
  • The Abrahamic Heritage in Medieval Sufism: Part I: Futuwwa and khulla | Francesco Chiabotti
  • Book Reviews: Rethinking Ibn ‘Arabī


Volume 64, 2018

118 pages | paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £9.00 (Members £6.00)

  • A Longer 9-Stanza Version of Poem 1 of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Tarjumān al-ashwāq | Wayel Azmeh and Michael Sells
  • “As for your Lord’s blessings, recount them!” Personal Stories and Spiritual Communication in Ibn ‘Arabi’s Meccan Illuminations | James Winston Morris
  • The Dialect of Gratitude (shukr) in the Non-Dualism of Ibn al-‘Arabī | Atif Khalil
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī’s Encounter with Ibn Rushd and the Merging of the Two Seas of Mysticism and Philosophy in Islam | Salman Bashier
  • Ibn ‘Arabī and the Theory of a Flexible Sharī‘a | Samer Dajani
  • The Counter-current Movements of Andalusia and Ibn ‘Arabī. Should Ibn Ibn ‘Arabī be considered a āhirī? | Hamza A. Dudgeon
  • Book Reviews: Repentance and the Return to God; Tawba in Early Sufism; The Elements of Islamic Metaphysics


Volume 63, 2018

108 pages | paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £9.00 (Members £6.00)

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Denis McAuley
  • “Verily, We have Granted Thee a Resounding Victory” | Claude Addas
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī between al-Mahdawī and al-Niffarī | Salman Bashier
  • Ibn ‘Arabī’s Metaphysics of Love | Hany T.A. Ibrahim
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī  and Joseph Campbell: Akbarian Mythology and the Metaphysics of Contemporary Art | Ali Hussain
  • An Interview with Ekrem Demirli | Mohammed Rustom
  • Book Review: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Fuū al-ikam: New Editions and Considerations


Volume 62, 2017

122 pages | paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £9.00 (Members £6.00)

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Denis McAuley
  • The Station of Man in Ibn ‘Arabi’s Fuṣūṣ and Shankara’s Vedanta, Bharatwaj Iyer
  • Suhrawardī, Ibn ‘Arabī and the World of Image: One Term, Different Meanings | Cornelis van Lit
  • Sufis and Mu‘tazilites: Theological Engagements of Ibn ‘Arabī | Aydogan Kars
  • A Journey Through wal and fal: Women and Sexual Relations in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Thought | Heba Youssry
  • On Two Books Attributed to Ibn Arabi – Kitab al-mabadi wa l-ghayat li ma‘ani l-huruf and Kitab mahiyyat al-qalb | Claude Addas and Michel Chodkiewicz
  • Book Review: The Mystics of al-Andalus: Ibn Barrajān and Islamic Thought in the Twelfth Century


Volume 61, 2017

150 pages | paperback £9:00 (Members £6.00) + postage | PDF, Mobi/Kindle, ePUB £9.00 (Members £6.00)

  • A Ghazal by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Abdul-Rahim Hassan
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī ’s Meeting with al-Mahdawī and his Discussion of the malāmiyya in Chapter 23 of the Futūḥāt | Salman Bashier
  • “Shining of the Lights and the Veil of the Sights in the Secrets Bright”: An Akbarī Approach to the Problem of Pure Consciousness | Oludamini Ogunnaike
  • Unexplored Concepts: Rahbāniyya as sagehood | Faris Abdel-hadi
  • The Centrality of Ibn ‘Arabī  in Popular adīth Chains | Samer Dajani
  • God, Human Essence and Freedom: Ibn ‘Arabī ’s Critique of Sartre | Hagar Houdaiby
  • Malik MS 4263: A Manuscript Case-study | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Book Review: Ibn al-‘Arabī  and Islamic Intellectual Culture


Volume 60, 2016

Paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Denis McAuley
  • The Circle and the Square: Interpenetration of Heaven and Earth in the Andalusia of Ibn ‘Arabī | Jane Carroll
  • The Qur’anic Figure of Pharaoh according to the Interpretation of Ibn ‘Arabī | Denis Gril
  • Jesus and Enoch in the Barzkh of Muhyi al-Din Ibn al-‘Arabī: Role Playing and Myth Weaving in the Drama of Creation | Ali Hussain
  • In the Master’s Hand: A Preliminary Study of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Holographs and Autographs | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Book Review: Practical Mysticism in Islam and Christianity


Volume 59, 2016

Paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage


Volume 58, 2015

Paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage


Volume 57, 2015

Paperback (Reprint) £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage


Volume 56, 2014

Paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage

  • A Poem from Ibn ‘Arabī’s Dīwān | translated by Denis McAuley
  • A Letter to Imām al-Rāzī | translated by Mohammed Rustom
  • Sa‘īd al-Dīn al-Farghānī’s Usage of the Term wahdat al-wujūd and His Role in School | Heike Stamer
  • Solace for the Self and the Other: Prayer in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Thought | Joud Alkorani
  • A Preliminary Investigation of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Influence Reflected in the Corpus of Ibrahim-i Gulsheni (d.1534) and the Halveti-Gulsheni Order of Dervishes in Egypt | Side Emre
  • Book Review: The Sufi Doctrine of Man: Sadr al-Dīn al-Qūnawī’s Metaphysical Anthropology


Volume 55, 2014

Paperback £9.00 (Members £6.00) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Michael Sells
  • Understanding, and Translating, the Futūhāt al-Makkiyya | Eric Winkel
  • Mystical Perception and Beauty | Jane Clark
  • Short Poems from Ibn ‘Arabī’s Tarjumān al-Ashwāq | Michael Sells
  • Beyond the Intellect | Axel Marc Takács
  • A Bayrami Shaykh: Bahâeddinzâde Muḥyīddīn Mehmed Efendi and His “Treatise on the Unity of Existence” | Semih Ceyhan
  • Book Reviews: Free Will and Predestination in Islamic Thought; Logos and Revelation; Ibn al-‘Arabī and the Sufis


Volume 54, 2013

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Volume 53, 2013

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Volume 52, 2012

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Volume 51, 2012

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Volume 50, 2011

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Volume 49, 2011

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Volume 48, 2010

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  • Poem: On Divine Counsel
  • The Anthropology of Compassion | William C. Chittick
  • The Mystic’s Ka’ba: the Cubic Wisdom of the Heart according to Ibn ‘Arabī | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Between Annihilation and Subsistence: Ibn al-‘Arabī’s God of Compassion versus Fundamentalist Nihilism | Salman Bashier
  • Ibn al-’Arabī : The Treasury of Absolute Mercy | Mohamed Haj Yousef
  • Contemporary Appeals of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Thought | James W. Morris
  • A Brief Sketch of a Guide for the Bewildered: Perplexity in the thought of al-Ghazali, Ibn ‘Arabī and the Modern Philosophy | Michael Zion Golan
  • The ‘alim as Public Intellectual: ‘Abd al-Ghani al-Nabulusi as a Scholar-Activist – Steve Tamari


Volume 47, 2010

Paperback £6.00 (Members £5.00) + postage

  • Poem: The Voyage of Vision amongst the Signs
  • I in the Eye of God: Ibn ‘Arabī on the Divine Human Self | Jari Kaukua
  • Abandoning the Station (tark al-maqām) as Reflecting Ibn al-’Arabī’s Principle of Relativity | Binyamin Abrahamov
  • The Science of Letters in Ibn Masarra: Unified Word, Unified World | Pilar Garrido
  • “See Him in a tree, and see Him in a stone”: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Ultra-monorhyme in Comparative Perspective | Denis E. McAuley
  • A Bosnian Commentator on the Fusūs al-hikam | Rešid Hafizović
  • Created for Compassion: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Work on Dhūl-Nūn the Egyptian | Cecilia Twinch
  • Book Review: Beshara and Ibn ‘Arabī


Volume 46, 2009

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Volume 45, 2009

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Volume 44, 2008

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Volume 43, 2008

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Volume 42, 2007

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  • Ibn ‘Arabī’s Theory of Knowledge (Part Two) | Binyamin Abrahamov
  • “Whoever loses himself finds Me, and whoever finds me never loses Me again” | Suleyman Derin
  • “Know yourself” according to Qur’an and Sunna: Ibn ‘Arabī’s View | Ghasem Kakaie
  • Ibn ‘Arabī and Swedenborg: Proposals for a Figurative Philosophy | José Antonio Antón-Pacheco
  • Qur’ānic Wisdom, Prophetology and Ibn al-‘Arabī’s Fusūs al-hikam | Gerald Elmore
  • Book reviews: A prayer for Spiritual Elevation and Protection, Beauty and Love; Hüsn ü Aşk


Volume 41, 2007

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  • Ibn ‘Arabī ‘s Theory of Knowledge (Part One) | Binyamin Abrahamov
  • From the Temporal Time to the Eternal Now: Ibn al-‘Arabī and Mulla Sadra on Time | Ibrahim Kalin
  • There’s No Time Like The Present! | Alison Yiangou
  • The Time of Science and the Sufi Science of Time | Caner Dagli
  • Ibn ‘Arabī on Proximity and Distance: Chapters 260 and 261 of the Futūāt | Mohammed Rustom
  • Manuscripts of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Works: Names and Titles of Ibn [al-]’Arabî | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Book reviews: The Nightingale in the Garden of Love; The Meccan Revelations [of] Ibn al-‘Arabī, vols I and II; Cosmology and Architecture in Premodern Islam; Orientations


Volume XL, 2006

Paperback £5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage


Volume XXXIX, 2006

Paperback (Reprint) £6.00 (Members £5.00) + postage


Volume XXXVIII, 2005

Paperback (Reprint) £6.50 (Members £5.50) + postage


Volume XXXVII, 2005

Paperback (Reprint) £7.00 (Members £6.00) + postage

  • A Poem from the Futūāt al-Makkiyya
  • The Genesis of Man in Chapter Seven of the Futūāt al-Makkiyya | Gerald Elmore
  • The Unity of Existence between the Ontological and “Henological” in Ibn ‘Arabī | Mohamed Mesbahi
  • The Degrees of the Station of No-Station: Regarding the End of the Journey | Omar Benaissa
  • Journey through Desert, Journey towards God: The Use of Metaphors of Movement and Space in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Tarjumân al-Ashwâq | Jaakko Hameen-Anttila
  • Book Reviews: Der Weg der Liebe: Sufismus, die Mystik des Islam; Divine Sayings: The Mishkât al-Anwâr of Ibn ‘Arabī – 101 Hadîth Qudsî


Volume XXXVI, 2004

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Volume XXXV, 2004

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Volume XXXIV, 2003

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Volume XXXIII, 2003

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Volume XXXII, Autumn 2002

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Volume XXXI, Spring 2002

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Volume XXX, Autumn 2001

Paperback (Reprint) £7.50 (Members £6.50) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn al-‘Arabī
  • Ibn ‘Arabī’s Messianic Secret: From “the Mahdi” to the Imamate of Every Soul | James Winston Morris
  • The Standpoint of Plato and Ibn ‘Arabī on Skepticism | Salman Bashier
  • Fulfilling our Potential: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Understanding of Man in a Contemporary Context | Jane Clark
  • God and the Perfect Man in the Experience of ‘Abd al-Qâdir al-Jaza’iri | Itzchak Weismann
  • A Summary of the Life of the Prophet by Ibn ‘Arabī and the Miracle of the Palm Tree of Seville | Pablo Beneito Arias
  • Book Reviews
  • The Seven Days of the Heart: Prayers for the days and nights of the week (Awrad al-usbu‘) | translated by Pablo Beneito and Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Taste of Modernity: Sufism, Salafiyya and Arabism in Late Ottoman Damascus | Itzchak Weismann


Volume XXIX, 2001

Paperback (Reprint) £6.00 (Members £5.00) + postage


Volume XXVIII, 2000

101 pages, paperback (Reprint) £ 7.00 (Members £6.00) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn al-‘Arabī
  • Introducing Ibn ‘Arabī’s “Book of Spiritual Advice” (PDF) | James Winston Morris
  • The Cosmology of Compassion or Macrocosm in the Microcosm | Layla Shamash
  • The Uwaysi Spirit of Autodidactic Sainthood as the “Breath of the Merciful” | Gerald Elmore
  • Saint John of the Cross and Ibn ‘Arabī: The Heart or Qalb as the Translucid and Ever-Changing Mirror of God | Luce López-Baralt
  • Society Notices
  • Book Reviews: Concerning the Knowledge of the Night of Power and its Timing; An Unknown Akbarian of the Thirteenth/Fourteenth Century; Le livre des contemplations divines; Le livre des théophanies d’Ibn Arabî


Volume XXVII, 2000

88 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn al-‘Arabī
  • Ibn ‘Arabī’s Treatise on the Knowledge of the Night of Power and Its Timing | Pablo Beneito and Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Towards the Straight Path of God: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Conception of Soul | Chuzaimah Batubara
  • The Quranic Inspiration of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Vocabulary of Love: Etymological Links and Doctrinal Development | Maurice Gloton
  • All-Comprehensiveness According to Daud al-Qaysari, and Its Implications | Turan Koç
  • Society Notices: Mme Hatice Münevver Ayashli (1906–1999)
  • Book Reviews: Las Contemplaciones de los misterios; Commentaries on Meister Eckhart Sermons; Ibn ‘Arabī in the Later Islamic Tradition; The Unlimited Mercifier; El Secreto de los nombres de Dios; Le Livre des chatons des sagesses


Volume XXVI, 1999

123 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • A Couplet by Ibn ‘Arabī
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī’s Testament on the Mantle of Initiation (al-Khirqah) (PDF) | Gerald Elmore
  • Bulent and the Blue Fuū | Angela Culme-Seymour
  • A General Outline of the Influence of Ibn ‘Arabī on the Ottoman Era | Mustafa Tahrali
  • Did the Two Oceans Meet? | Omid Safi
  • The Diffusion of Akbarian Teaching in Iran during the 13th and 14th Centuries | Omar Benaïssa
  • The Ibn al-‘Arabī of the Ottomans: ‘Abdullah Ùalāhaddin al-‘Ushshāqi (1705–82) | Mahmud Erol Kiliç
  • Society Notices
  • Book Reviews


Volume XXV, 1999

103 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • Two Short Exhortations by Ibn al-‘Arabi
  • The Relevance of Retreat: A Reflection on the Religious Imagination | Rabia Terri Harris al-Jerrahi
  • Muḥyīddīn Ibn ‘Arabī: The Beauty of Oneness Witnessed in the Emptiness of the Heart | Cecilia Twinch
  • Ibn ‘Arabī and Modern Thought | Peter Coates
  • Ibn al-‘Arabī’s Book of the Fabulous Gryphon (Anqā al-Mughrib) | Gerald Elmore
  • Ibn ‘Arabī: Towards a Universal Point of View | Peter Young
  • Society Notices
  • Book Reviews: Divine Governance of the Human Kingdom
  • The Concept of Sainthood in Early Islamic Mysticism
  • Essays on the Origins of the Technical Language of Islamic Mysticism


Volume XXIV, 1998

96 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • “The Kiss” – A Poem | translated by Gerald Elmore
  • On the Road to Santarem | Gerald Elmore
  • The Figure and Truth of Abraham in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Fuū al-Hikam | Ronald L. Nettler
  • The Presence of Superlative Compassion | Pablo Beneito


Volume XXIII, 1998

96 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage


Volume XXII, 1997

96 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • A Poem by Ibn ‘Arabī
  • Paradoxes of a Mausoleum |Ryad Atlagh
  • “The Hidden Secret Concerning the Tomb of Ibn ‘Arabī”: A Treatise by ‘Abd al-Ghani an-Nabulusi | translated by Paul B. Fenton
  • The Way of the Axial Intellect: The Islamic Hermeticism of Ibn Sab‘in | Vincent J. Cornell
  • Book Reviews: Creation and the Timeless Order of Things; Early Islamic Mysticism; Manzil al-manâzil al-fahwâniyah


Volume XXI, 1997 – “Praise”

102 pages, paperback £7.50 (Members £5.00) + postage

  • Introduction | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • “Day of the One”: A Presentation of Ibn ‘Arabī’s “Prayer for Sunday” | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Praise as a Means to Mystical Advancement according to Ibn ‘Arabī and Other Religious Traditions | Carl A. Keller
  • “There is no word in the world that does not indicate His praise” | Denis Gril
  • The Banner of Praise | Michel Chodkiewicz
  • Hamd al-hamd: The Paradox of Praise in Ibn al-‘Arabi’s Doctrine of Oneness | Gerald Elmore


Volume XX, 1996

95 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage


Volume XIX, 1996 – “The Journey of the Heart”

120 pages, paperback £7.50 (Members £5.00) + postage

  • Introduction | John Mercer
  • The Ship of Stone | Claude Addas
  • Stillness, Motion and the non-existence of the Traveller | Aaron Cass
  • “He moves you through the land and sea…” – Learning from the Earthly Journey | James Winston Morris
  • The Endless Voyage | Michel Chodkiewicz
  • The Flight of the Fabulous Gryphon | Gerald Elmore


Volume XVIII, 1995

74 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • A Poem from Chapter 38 of the Futūāt al-Makkiyya | translated by Stephen Hirtenstein
  • On the Divine Love of Beauty (PDF) | Pablo Beneito
  • The Way of Walāya (Sainthood or Friendship of God) | Souad Hakim
  • Between the Secret Chamber and the Well-trodden Path: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Exposition of the wajh al khāss | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • “At the Way Stations, Stay”: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Poem 18 (Qif bi l-Manāzil) from the Translation of Desires | translation and commentary by Michael Sells
  • Book Reviews


Volume XVII,1995

106 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage


Volume XVI, 1994

90 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Three One-line Poems from the Diwān of Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Ralph Austin
  • Seeking God’s Face: Ibn ‘Arabī on Right Action and Theophanic Vision (Part 1) | James Winston Morris
  • The Wisdom of Divine Unity: Qur’anic Paradoxes and Inversions in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Gloss on Hud in the Fuū al-Hikam | Ronald L. Nettler
  • Lunar View, Air-glow Blue: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Conversations with the Prophet Adam | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Ibn ‘Arabī and the Perfectibility of Man | Elton Hall
  • Book Review: An Ocean Without Shore: Ibn ‘Arabī , The Book and the Law | Michel Chodkiewicz


Volume XV, 1994

72 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Three One-line Poems from the Diwān of Ibn ‘Arabī | translated by Ralph Austin
  • The Kitāb al-inbāh of ‘Abdallah Badr al-Habashi – An Account of the Spiritual Teaching of Muḥyīddīn Ibn ‘Arabī | introduced and translated by Denis Gril
  • The Paradox of the Duty of Perfection in the doctrine of Ibn ‘Arabī | Claude Addas
  • The Diwān of Ibn ‘Arabī | Roger Deladriëre
  • Book Reviews
  • Books Published in France since 1981 Dealing with the Life and Works of Ibn ‘Arabī
  • Index: Translations, Studies and Book Reviews Previously Published in the Journal


Volume XIV, 1993 – “Prayer and Contemplation”

68 pages, paperback £7.50 (Members £5.00) + postage


Volume XIII, 1993

85 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage


Volume XII, 1992

78 Pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage


Volume XI, 1992

68 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage


Volume X, 1991

75 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Ibn ‘Arabī’s “Gentle Now, Doves of the Thornberry and Moringa Thicket”: the Eleventh Poem from the Tarjumān al-Ashwāq) | introduced and translated by Michael Sells
  • The Hierarchy of Saints in Jewish and Islamic Mysticism | Paul Fenton
  • Theophanies and Lights in the Thought of Ibn ‘Arabī | Osman Yahia
  • Reflections of Ibn Arabi in Early Naqshbandi Tradition | Hamid Algar
  • Book Review


Volume IX, 1991

75 pages, paperback (Reprint) £7.00 (Members £6.00) + postage


Volume VIII, 1989

89 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage


Volume VII, 1988

99 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage

  • Translation of two poems from the Diwān of Ibn ‘Arabī | Ralph Austin
  • Love and Knowledge according to some Islamic Philosophers | Frithiof Rundgren
  • Light Illumination of all Possibility | Robert Breinl
  • The Lady Nizam – an Image of Love and Knowledge | Ralph Austin
  • The Arising of the Indications of Self-Subsistence in the Heart | Avraham Abadi
  • Love and Knowledge | Elizabeth Roberts
  • To the Murcian Gnostic… | Seyyid Hussein Nasr
  • Book Reviews


Volume VI, 1987

73 pages, paperback £ 4.50 (Members £3.50) + postage


Volume V, 1986

76 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Wisdom and Wisdoms | Bulent Rauf
  • Aspects of Non-manifestation in the Modalities of Being |Avraham Abadi
  • Translation of What the Student Needs: Ibn ‘Arabī’s Ma la budda minhu lil-murid | Tosun Bayrak al-Jerrahi
  • Book Reviews


Volume IV, 1985

75 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Universality and Ibn ‘Arabī | Bulent Rauf
  • Translation of an Extract from the Preface to the Futūāt | Layla Shamash and Stephen Hirtenstein
  • Universal and Divine Sainthood | Stephen Hirtenstein
  • The Rainbow Crystal | Dom Sylvester Houédard
  • Book Reviews
  • Ibn ‘Arabī : A Handlist of Printed Materials: Part 2 | Martin Notcutt


Volume III, 1984

66 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • First Annual Symposium of the Ibn ‘Arabī Society | Dom Sylvester Houédard
  • Meditations on the Vocabulary of Love and Union in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Thought | Ralph Austin
  • Union and Ibn ‘Arabī | Bulent Rauf
  • Translation of Sufi Terminology: Ibn ‘Arabī’s al-Istilāh al-ūfiyyah | Rabia Terri Harris
  • Ibn ‘Arabī : A Handlist of Printed Materials: Part 1 | Martin Notcutt


Volume II, 1984

100 pages, paperback (reprint) £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage

  • Between the Yea and the Nay | Peter Young
  • The Feminine Dimension in Ibn ‘Arabī’s Thought | Ralph Austin
  • Translation of Ibn ‘Arabī’s Book of Alif (or: Book of Unity) | Avraham Abadi
  • The Chapter Headings of the Fuū | William Chittick
  • Book Reviews


Volume I, 1982

96 pages, paperback (reprint), £ 5.50 (Members £4.50) + postage