Ibn al-'Arabi on the One Who Is Transcendent (al-Ahad) and Immanent (al-Wahid)

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Mohd Sani Badron


This article begins with Ibn al-‘Arabi’s discourse on “oneness” that belongs to every existent. Then, it presents Ibn al-‘Arabi’s interpretation of the oneness of God (Allah), viz. His Essential Oneness—whose dual aspects are ahadiyyah and wahidiyyah—and its relation to worship and submission to God, by mankind through Religion.


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Badron, M. S. (2011). Ibn al-’Arabi on the One Who Is Transcendent (al-Ahad) and Immanent (al-Wahid). Afkar: Jurnal Akidah &Amp; Pemikiran Islam, 12(1), 47–76. Retrieved from https://ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/afkar/article/view/5769

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