Second Annual Islamic Philosophy Conference


About The Event

Date: December 5-6, 2020

Venue: Online Event via Zoom

Organizer: American Society of Islamic Philosophy and Theology, Harvard University

The annual Islamic Philosophy Conference was initiated at Harvard University (April, 2019) with participants coming from around the globe to present papers and engage in discussion over two days. The conferences are open to all interested scholars working on Islamic Philosophy and Theology. In addition to a general call for papers, conferences will include specialized panels organized by theme over the next three years (2020–22).

Fall 2020: Epistemology

The first conference in the series (Fall, 2020) will include themed panels exploring Epistemology, treating both the epistemological foundations of Islamic theology and philosophy (rational, empirical, and Divine revelation) and foundational “big questions” that arise from faith commitments in conversation with the broader philosophical tradition (e.g., existence, God, the nature of knowledge, etc.).

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  • Cost: Free
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American Society of Islamic Philosophy and Theology, Harvard University, United States

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