CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Perception of Islamic Philosophy: 1. Basic perceptions; 2. Concepts of philosophy; 3. Divine light; 4. Quranic wisdom; 5. Almighty God; 6. Oneness of Allah; 7. Model character; 8. Religious philosophy; 9. Spirituality and reality; 10. Islam's message; 11. Concepts of natural law; 12. Perception of governance in Islam; 13. Individual liberty; 14. Scholarship and knowledge; 15. Scientific approach. Vol.2: History of Islamic Philosophy: I. Philosophy Before Islam: 1. Greek philosophy; 2. Alexandrio-Syriac philosophy; 3. Persian philosophy; 4. Chinese philosophy; 5. Indian philosophy; 6. Arabian philosophy; II. Islamic Philosophy: 7. Quranic wisdom; 8. Quranic philosophy; 9. School of Ikhwan-al-Safa; 10. Philosophy of Mutazilites; 11. Zahirite philosophy; 12. Philosophy of Maturidi; 13. Philosophy of Tahawi; 14. Philosophy of Ashari; III. Schools of Thought: 15. Thoughts of Abu Hanifah and Abu Yusuf; 16. Thought of Jalal-al-din Rumi; 17. Thought of Ibn-e-Taimiyyah; 18. Thought of Jalal-al-din Dawwani; 19. Thought of Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi; 20. Thought of Jamal-al-din al-Afghani; 21. Thought of Sanusi; 22. Thought of Shah Waliullah; 23. Thought of Muhammad Abduhu. Vol.3: Religious Philosophy of Islam: 1. Philosophy of faith; 2. Philosophy of creation; 3. Allah, the greatest; 4. Belief in one God; 5. Quranic philosophy; 6. Quranic wisdom; 7. Divine verdict; 8. Prophet's commands; 9. Revelations from heaven; 10. Religious perceptions; 11. Essence of faith. Vol.4: Social Philosophy of Islam: 1. Islamic social philosophy; 2. Islamic philosophy of life; 3. Islamic society; 4. Social guidelines; 5. Islamic social commands; 6. Behavioural philosophy; 7. Islamic ethics; 8. Ideal character; 9. Social obligations. Vol.5: Educational Philosophy of Islam: 1. Introduction; 2. Pre-Islamic philosophy; 3. Philosophical concept of learning; 4. Philosophical features of education; 5. Philosophical development; 6. Philosophical aims and motives; 7. Role of philosophy in education; 8. Different philosophical aspects; 9. Human factors in educational philosophy; 10. Philosophical teachings; 11. Philosophy of basic education; 12. Knowledge in store; 13. Philosophy and family; 14. Concepts of women education.
Islam is a perfect code of conduct and ideal way of life. It has its own philosophy and ideology. Its manual consists of do's and don'ts pertaining to the related items with a brief intro. And a careful study undoubtedly, increases the chances of prolonged life, optimal profit and least loss. Just like any machine, human body, too, is a machine whose manual is the Holy Qur'an. A marvel per se, it contains clear and tacit instructions, embellished with moral and highly-philosophic allusions and references. Not only this, it is pregnant with secrets of the bygone and the coming times, and still more importantly, they are easily accessible to anyone who has the passion to unearth them for the benevolence of the entire humanity with no barriers of caste, creed or colour. However, some anti-human elements have succeeded in carrying out their obnoxious and pernicious plans to wrongly promote Islam. Therefore, it was a paramount duty on our part to bring the truth before the world. With this aim, this exclusive, comprehensive and precisely put set of five volumes, namely, Encyclopaedia of Islamic Philosophy, is being presented to esteemed readers. This set contains all dimensions of Islamic Philosophy as well as Islamic schools of thought which have a long term impact on lives and behaviour of believers of Islam over the centuries. This prestigious work has distinctively covered each and every aspect of Islamic ideology and foundation of belief which really make Islam what it actually is.