Cultural StudiesCritical ThoughtsEthicsPhilosophyHumanities StudiesSufismIslamic PhilosophyIslamic Mysticism
This journal provides a scholarly forum for sustained discussion of Islamic Mysticism and covers Humanities studies; Philosophy, Critical Thought, Cultural Studies, Art, Sociology, Anthropology, and Ethics. It presents developments of the related issues through publication of articles as well as book reviews. The subject covers textual and fieldwork studies with various perspectives of Mysticism, Islamic Mysticism, Religious Mysticism, Sufism, Tasawuf, and Humanities Studies. This journal warmly welcomes contributions from scholars of related disciplines.
TAZKIYATUN NAFS IN CLASSICAL AND MODERN ISLAMIC TRADITION Qur'anic Worldview