|Course Name||Code||Semester||T+U Hours||Credit||ECTS|
|Islamic Phylosophy||ILA 469||7||4 + 0||4||6|
|Precondition Courses||<p>No pre-condition asked for this course.</p>|
|Recommended Optional Courses||<p>Since there is History of Philosophy course already in the curriculum of our department, we do not recommend any additional course in advance. </p>|
|Course Level||Bachelor's Degree|
|Course Coordinator||Dr.Öğr.Üyesi EMRAH KAYA|
|Course Lecturers||Dr.Öğr.Üyesi EMRAH KAYA,|
No assistant for this course.
|Course Category||Field Proper Education|
Learning the formative period of Islamic philosophy, comparing the ideas of Muslim philosophers, and being aware of social, economic, political, and theological conditions that paved the way for Islamic philosophy.
Information of Muslim philosophers, the roots of Islamic philosophy, discussion topics, and the effects of Islamic philosophy on today.
|#||Course Learning Outcomes||Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|1||Explain this thought´s formative period||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|2||Knows some thinkers in this thouhgt||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|3||Say three main chapter at islamic philosophy||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|4||Knows the movement of translation||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|5||Analyze the this movement||Discussion, Lecture, Question-Answer,||Testing, Homework,|
|6||Explain these movements impacts||Lecture, Question-Answer, Discussion,||Testing, Homework,|
|Week||Course Topics||Preliminary Preparation|
|2||Kindi, Zekeriya Razi|
|10||İbn Bacce, İbn Tufeyl|
|12||Şihabuddin Sühreverdi, Molla Sadra|
|14||The effects of Islamic thought in Jewish and Christian thought|
|Course Notes||<p>Main Sources of the Course</p> <p>1- Cüneyt Kaya. İslam Felsefesi Tarih ve Problemer. İstanbul: İSAM Publishing.</p> <p>2- Mahmut Kaya. İslam Filozoflarından Felsefe Metinleri. İstanbul: Klasik Publishing.</p> <p>3- Related TDV Diyanet Islam Encyclopedia articles</p> <p> </p> <p>Secondary Sources</p> <p>1. Kindî. Üzüntüden Kurtulma Yolları. Translated by Mustafa Çağrıcı. İstanbul: İFAV Publishing.</p> <p>2. Abu Bakr ar-Razi. Ruh Sağlığı. İstanbul: İz Publishing.</p> <p>3. Farabi. Madinat al-Fadıla. MEB Publishing.</p> <p>4. Farabi. İhsa al-Ulum. MEB Publishing.</p> <p>5. İbn Sina. An-Najat and Felsefenin Temel Konuları. İstanbul: Kabalcı Publishing.</p> <p>6. İbn Sina. Şifa İlahiyat 1-2. İstanbul: Litera Publishing.</p> <p>7. İbn Sina. İşaretler ve Tembihler. İstanbul: Litera Publishing.</p> <p>8. İhvan-ı Safa. Risaleler. İstanbul: Ayrıntı Publishing.</p> <p>9. İbn Tufeyl. Hayy bin Yakzan. İnsan Publishing.</p> <p>10. Gazzali. Munkız mined-Dalal. MEB Publishing.</p> <p>11. İbn Rüşd. Fasl al-Maqal and Kaşf. Dergah Publishing.</p> <p>12. İbn Rüşd. Tahafut al-Tahafut.</p>|
For Further Readings:
Mehmet Bayrakdar. İslam Felsefesine Giriş. TDV Publishing.
İslam Felsefesi Tarihi vols 1-2, edited by Bayram Ali Çetinkaya. Ankara: Grafiker Publishing.
İsmail Hakkı İzmirli. İslâm´da Felsefe Akımları. İstanbul: Kitabevi Publishing.
Macit Fahri. A History of Islamic Philosophy. USA: Columbia University Press.
Macit Fahri. İslâm Felsefesi, Kelâmı ve Tasavvufuna Giriş. İstanbul: İnsan Publishing.
M. M. Şerif. Klasik İslam Filozofları. İnsan Publishing.
|Order||Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|
|1||The student can recite the Quran according to its rules and interpret it.|
|2||S/he has adequate knowledge of Arabic so that he can understand the classical and modern religious texts in his/her related field|
|3||S/he recognizes the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad and his physical and moral attributes and the historical process of the science of hadith, its methodology, problems, interpretation and its cultural value for the life of a Muslim.|
|4||S/he relates the main topics of Islamic law (fiqh) through exploring classical and modern sources, has the ability of comparing Islamic law and other legal systems and of evaluating them in the context of Islamic legal history and theory.|
|5||S/he knows the principles of Islamic belief and discusses them through rational and revelational approaches and has the ability to speculate on theological problems through scientific and rational methods.||X|
|6||S/he has an adequate knowledge of the old and new religious and political movements in Islamic history and today.|
|7||S/he is able to report and describe the history, concepts, institutions, main figures of Sufism.||X|
|8||S/he is able to relate the history of religious education and modern methods of education. S/he can use these methods in religious education. His/her reasoning ability, and endowment of truth thinking improves and his self-confidence increases.|
|9||S/he can reflect on religion and religious themes in philosophical, sociological and psychological perspectives. S/he can define the conceptual problems and the topics which have been discussed by the Muslim thinkers.||X|
|10||S/he can give an overview of world religions both living and dead-ones comparing their perception of God and sacred realms.||X|
|11||S/he relates the variant period of Islamic history S/he can look at Islamic civilization and science from political, cultural and social historical perspectives using critical and interdisciplinary approaches.||X|
|12||S/he is able to recognize the forms of Turkish Islamic Literature and can read and understand the examples of these forms. Along with the general theory of music s/he is able to recognize Turkish religious music and can practice it. S/he knows the history and the attributes of architectural and decorating arts. S/he has an aesthetical thinking.|
|13||S/he researches and studies interdisciplinary at the field of Religious Sciences. S/he considers scientific, cultural and ethic values in scientific studies.|
|Semester Studies||Contribution Rate|
|1. Ara Sınav||40|
|1. Kısa Sınav||20|
|2. Kısa Sınav||20|
|3. Kısa Sınav||20|
|1. Yıl İçinin Başarıya||10|
|ECTS - Workload Activity||Quantity||Time (Hours)||Total Workload (Hours)|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)||16||4||64|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||16||4||64|
|Total Workload / 25 (Hours)||5.96|