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Studies in Bahá’í Philosophy

Selected Articles

In the history of philosophy, there were five major waves of scriptural reasoning-Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim. In this context, Bahá'í philosophy represents the sixth wave, and it finds itself in a fruitful dialogue not only with the traditional forms of religious philosophy but also with modern Western thought which is based solely on reason and empirical observation.

In this collection, the reader will find articles on various aspects of Bahá'í philosophy-philosophical anthropology, philosophy of science, philosophy of culture, epistemology, ethics, philosophy of religion, comparative and political philosophy, and, finally, history of philosophy.

The authors of those articles, Bahá'í and non-Bahá'í scholars, reflect their global aspirations of the Bahá'íreligion by sharing perspectives from around the world⏤USA, Canada, France, Italy, and Sweden. This collection of articles also introduces a Global Faith Book Series which publishes works on various aspects of the Bahá'í Faith and globalisation.

In the history of philosophy, there were five major waves of scriptural reasoning-Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim. In this context, Bahá'í philosophy represents the sixth wave, and it finds itself in a fruitful dialogue not only with the traditional forms of religious philosophy but also with modern Western thought which is based solely on reason and empirical observation.

In this collection, the reader will find articles on various aspects of Bahá'í philosophy-philosophical anthropology, philosophy of science, philosophy of culture, epistemology, ethics, philosophy of religion, comparative and political philosophy, and, finally, history of philosophy.

The authors of those articles, Bahá'í and non-Bahá'í scholars, reflect their global aspirations of the Bahá'íreligion by sharing perspectives from around the world⏤USA, Canada, France, Italy, and Sweden. This collection of articles also introduces a Global Faith Book Series which publishes works on various aspects of the Bahá'í Faith and globalisation.

Categories:: Maturation of Humanity
  • Contributors:
    Harold Rosen (Author) | 
    Mikhail Sergeev (Editor)
  • Format: Softcover book | 296 pages
  • Dimensions: 133 x 203 x 16 mm | 308 g
  • Publisher: M-Graphics Publishing, 2018
  • Note: © M-Graphics Publishing, printed with permission
  • ISBN: 9781940220901
  • SKU: ROSEN_PHILO@p
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Categories:: Maturation of Humanity
  • Contributors:
    Harold Rosen (Author) | 
    Mikhail Sergeev (Editor)
  • Format: Softcover book | 296 pages
  • Dimensions: 133 x 203 x 16 mm | 308 g
  • Publisher: M-Graphics Publishing, 2018
  • Note: © M-Graphics Publishing, printed with permission
  • ISBN: 9781940220901
  • SKU: ROSEN_PHILO@p

About Harold Rosen

Harold Rosen is a Community Interfaith Educator, a designer and teacher of community courses on world religions and world history. He was an Instructor of Philosophy and Religion for fourteen years at the University of Idaho and various universities and colleges in Canada. He was a Unitarian minister for twenty-five years, and has been a Bahá'í interfaith educator since the year 2000. He has written extensively on religion and interfaith issues. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.

Titles by Harold Rosen

Maturation of Humanity