2008 0-7734-5034-3 This work is an excellent resource for better understanding the Islamic faith. The study incorporates short stories, tables, and charts into this comprehensive introduction to the complexities of Islam.
2006 0-7734-5848-4 This book presents Islamic philosophy from within the Islamic tradition and on its own terms. The ideas of the Muslim philosophers based on the primary texts are analyzed, and then the arguments are structured, rather than just tracking their ideas in a traditional historical method. This presentation is necessary and helpful not only to the understanding of Islamic civilization, but also to the very understanding of the roots of modern western philosophy.
2023 1-4955-1095-6 "Jabir crafted a veritable system not only for chemistry as an empirical science but also for the philosophy of science, metaphysics, and methodology. ...This book...relies on the original writings of Jabir including many of his manuscripts that are not published yet." -Mashhad Al-Allaf (Preface)
2023 1-4955-1134-0 "I present a detailed and analytical study of Jabir's corpus, first by classifying his books and treatises into specific categories based on how Jabir himself indexed his books and based on how Ibn al-Nadim classified the books of Jabir. ...This book covers Jabir's corpus and topics with details by analyzing the original writings of Jabir including many of his manuscripts that are not published yet." -Mashhad Al-Allaf (Preface)
2007 0-7734-5468-3 Locke’s account of the problem of cohesion reflects a serious difficulty in his philosophy because of the way in which he relates it to the problem of substance in his search for something that not only underlies all properties in the traditional Aristotelian sense, but also holds the constituents of matter together. Contrary to common interpretation, this book argues that Locke did not have in mind a metaphysical entity which underlies qualities. Rather, he was more inclined to think that something like a cohesive power is what functions as the “bond” that hold holds together, not only the qualities of a substance, but its individual corpuscles, and on a deeper level even the parts of the corpuscle.