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Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature

P. J. Zoetmulder

Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature

Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting (Kitlv Translation Series, #24)

by P. J. Zoetmulder

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Published by Koninklyk Instituut Voor Taal Land .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsM. C. Ricklefs (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12848833M
    ISBN 109067180823
    ISBN 109789067180825

      pantheism and monism in Javanese mysticism. There, however, none of them was attributed to the saint of Bonan and, moreover, the fragments and texts printed by Professor Zoetmulder were taken from Mss. of comparatively recent dates, which sometimes show considerable divergenties from the texts which I had at my disposal.   Part of the Muslims in Global Societies Series book series (MGSS, volume 6 Pantheism and monism in Javanese suluk literature. Leiden: KITLV Press. of Anthropology, SOAS University of London London UK; About this chapter. Cite this chapter as: Retsikas K. () Becoming Sacred: Humanity and Divinity in East Java, Indonesia. In: Marsden Author: Konstantinos Retsikas.

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    Wroska-Friend, Maria. Sztuka woskiem pisana: Batik w Indonezji i w Polsce (Art Drawn in Wax: Batik in Indonesia and Poland). Warszawa: Gondwana. Zoetmulder, P. J. Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting, ed. and trans. M. C. Ricklefs. Leiden: KITLV Press. Thereby this project is completely free with uninterrupted access to literature. iTunes - Apple You read the book for both the mystery and then for the money. Go to: for more details. Pantheism and monism in Javanese suluk literature: Islamic and Indian mysticism in .


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Petrus Josephus Zoetmulder S.J. (Janu – July 8, ) was a Dutch expert in the Old Javanese came from Utrecht and was associated with the Society of Jesus by He worked at Leiden University in the s.

His first work appeared in and he continued to write Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature book the s. He lived in Yogyakarta and was interred in the Jesuit necropolis at Muntilan, ality: Indonesian (formerly Dutch).

Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting (Kitlv Translation Series, #24) Jul 1, by P. Zoetmulder, M. Ricklefs. Suluk Linglung Sunan Kalijaga (Syeh Melaya).

Translated from Javanese by M. Khafid Kasri et. edited by Kasmiran W. Sanadji. Jakarta: Balai Pustaka () Zoetmulder, P.J Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting.

Edited and translated by M. Ricklefs. Leiden: KITLV Press (). 5 P. Zoetmulder, Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting, trans.

Ricklefs (Leiden, ). I do not explore the similarities and differences of Javanese mystical Islam with Buddhism, Hinduism, or other varieties of Sufism in the current context. There are many, some. Pantheism and monism in Javanese Suluk literature: Islamic and Indian mysticism John Scotus Eriugena (3, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article the whole, one might be surprised that even in the seventeenth century pantheism did not gain a complete victory over theism; for the most original, finest.

Yumarma, A. Unity in Diversity: A Philosophical and Ethical Study of the Javanese Concept of 'Keselarasan'.

Rome, Zoetmulder, P. Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting. Edited and translated by M. Ricklefs. Leiden, R. Koentjaraningrat () Revised Bibliography.

Yandell, Keith E. "Pantheism," Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, version 1. Edward Craig, ed. London: Routledge. Zoetmulder; P J & Ricklefs, M C. Pantheism and monism in Javanese suluk literature: Islamic and Indian mysticism in an Indonesian setting, Leiden: KITLV Press, Other Internet Resources.

Einstein's Pantheism. Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature: Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting oleh Zoetmulder, P.J Zoetmulder, P.J. South-East Asia P. Zoetmulder: Pantheism and monism in Javanese suluk literature. Islamic and Ind June Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.

P.J. Zoetmulder, Pantheism and Monism in Javanese Suluk Literature; Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting.

Edited and translated by M.C. Ricklefs. Leiden: KITLV Press,xvii + pp. [Translation Series 24]. ISBN Price:/ STUART ROBSON This is a translation and republication of P.J. Zoetmulder's Leiden. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker,pp.

- Stuart Robson, P.J. Zoetmulder, Pantheism and monism in Javanese Suluk literature; Islamic and Indian mysticism in. Indonesian philosophy Last updated Febru Indonesian philosophy is a generic designation for the tradition of abstract speculation held by the people who inhabit the region now known as sian philosophy is expressed in the living languages found in Indonesia (approximately languages) and its national language Indonesian, comprising many diverse schools of thought.

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J. Zoetmulder: Pantheism and monism in Javanese suluk literature. Islamic and Indian Mysticism in an Indonesian Setting. Ed. and tr. by M. C. Ricklefs.Merle Calvin Ricklefs AM, FAHA (born ) is a scholar of the history and current affairs of Indonesia.

He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University under the supervision of O. W. Wolters. He has held positions at School of Oriental and African Studies, All Souls College, Monash University, Australian National University and University of Melbourne.

Ricklefs recently retired from the.Indonesian philosophy is a generic designation for the tradition of abstract speculation held by the people who inhabit the region now known as sian philosophy is expressed in the living languages found in Indonesia (approximately languages) and its national language Indonesian, comprising many diverse schools of thought with influences from Eastern and Western origins, and.