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New editions of 11 shorter works by Ibn Arabi have been published by the Ibn Arabi Foundation.
A critical edition of the text of Ibn al-ʿArabī’s Diwān, edited by ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz Sulṭān al-Manṣūb, has been published by Ninawa, Damascus, Syria; in five hardback volumes.
On June 23, Pir Press launched Volume 3 of The Openings Revealed in Makkah, Books 5 & 6 of the English translation by Eric Winkel of al-Futuhat al-Makkiyah.
In The Translator of Desires, Michael Sells presents the first complete English translation of the Tarjumān al-Ashwaq since the 1911 translation by R.A. Nicholson, together with the Arabic text.
A translation into French of a work by Ibn ‘Arabi about his spiritual ascension (mi‘râj), which also draws on the commentary of his companion, Ibn Sawdakîn.
We have learned of the death of Shaykh Mahmud Ghurab in Cairo on 31st January 2021. His books in Arabic brought the life and work of Ibn ‘Arabi within reach of a broad public.
Understanding the weakness of the human being – and lowliness, needfulness, the human being’s search for its survival, and the need for its Creator.
Fitzroy Morrissey’s book details how ‘Abd al-Karim al-Jili expanded on this key subject in Ibn ‘Arabi’s writing.
Michel Chodkiewicz contributed immensely to the knowledge of Ibn Arabi in our time. We publish here the opening of Denis Gril’s obituary from Volume 67 of the Society Journal.
James Morris puts in context a quotation from Ibn ‘Arabi on discovering and deepening Compassion.
Keith Critchlow, 1933–2020
Professor Keith Critchlow, artist, inspirational teacher and groundbreaking geometer and architectural designer, died peacefully on 8th April 2020. He was an honorary fellow of the Society from its inception in 1977, and was a great source of help to many of its members. The photo shows him being presented with a pair of golden compasses by the Society to celebrate his 80th year.