Changes: Books 16, 17, 18 by Eric Shu?ayb WinkelChanges: Books 16, 17, 18 by Eric Shu?ayb Winkel

Changes: Books 16, 17, 18

Translated byEric Shu?ayb Winkel

Paperback | April 1, 2017

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Changes, from the Openings revealed in Makkah to Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi, translated by Dr. Eric Winkel (Shu?ayb), based on the critical edition of Abd al-Aziz Sultan al-Mansoub. This is the third of six sections of the Futuhat al-Makkiyah. Chapters 189-269.

Title:Changes: Books 16, 17, 18Format:PaperbackDimensions:830 pages, 10 × 7 × 1.65 inPublished:April 1, 2017Publisher:eric winkelLanguage:English

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This translation will undoubtedly be looked at as a great historical achievement by future generations, long after we are all gone. Dr. Eric Winkel’s task of translating the entirety of the Futu?at is a remarkable and commendable feat, and is nothing short of being monumental.I have enjoyed reading Dr. Winkel’s fine translation as much as I have reading the original Arabic text, and I have no doubt that a work such as this conveys the flavor and sense of Ibn ‘Arabi’s grand vision, which was given to him as a gift from God. That Dr. Winkel has been able to do so in a translation that is not encumbered by extensive footnotes speaks to the merits and accessibility of the translation itself. This volume accounts for the second installment of Dr. Winkle’s translation, and it is hoped that he will continue to have the tawfiq to complete the translations of the other 35 books of the Futu?at. Amin! Hany Talaat Ahmed IbrahimUniversity of CalgaryCoincidiendo con la reciente aparición de la edición crítica de Las revelaciones de La Meca publicada por al-Mansub, uno de los más versados conocedores de la obra de Ibn Arabi en nuestro tiempo, el profesor Eric Winkel, nos ofrece una primera traducción íntegra de esta obra magna de Ibn Arabi de Murcia, para muchos el más inspirador de los maestros espirituales del Islam, incomparable exponente de las ciencias y la espiritualidad propias del sufismo.A mi parecer, con esta traducción en proceso de publicación asistimos a un hito histórico que inaugura un nuevo ciclo en el campo de los estudios sobre Ibn Arabi al hacer accesible al público general no arabófono una de las obras más inspiradoras del pensamiento universal. Por vez primera los numerosos lectores Ibn Arabi -pensadores, creadores y espirituales de todos los ámbitos- podrán leer esta obra única en una versión íntegra, rigurosa, completamente inteligible de principio a fin, en un excelente inglés, que revela la maestría de Winkel a la hora de resolver los retos traductológicos que plantea una obra de tal sutileza, envergadura y complejidad.Pablo BeneitoUniversidad de Murcia