1. Abdulrahman Al-Salimi (2013). Muslims, Scholars, Soldiers: The Origin and Elaboration of the Ibāḍī Imāmate Traditions, by Adam Gaiser. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):206-209.
  2. Frederick Anscombe (2013). Shattering Empires: The Clash and Collapse of the Ottoman and Russian Empires, 1908–1918, by Michael A. Reynolds. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):234-236.
  3. C. Bosworth (2013). Histories of the Middle East. Studies in Middle Eastern Society, Economy and Law in Honor of A. L. Udovitch, Ed. Roxani Eleni Margariti, Adam Sabra, and Petra M. Sijpesteijn. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):220-223.
  4. Thomas Burman (2013). El Corán de Toledo: Edición y Estudio Del Manuscrito 235 de la Biblioteca de Castilla-La Mancha , by Consuelo López-Morillas. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):199-201.
  5. Emine Evered (2013). The Young Turks. The Committee of Union and Progress in Turkish Politics, 1908–14, by Feroz Ahmad. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):229-231.
  6. Kate Fleet (2013). The Rise of the Ottoman Empire. Studies in the History of Turkey, 13th–15th Centuries, by Paul Wittek. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):227-229.
  7. Kevin Fogg (2013). Living Islamically in the Periphery: Muslim Discourse, Institution, and Intellectual Tradition in Southeast Asia, by Iik Arifin Mansurnoor. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):247-249.
  8. Peregrine Horden (2013). Sābūr Ibn Sahl’s Dispensatory in the Recension of the ʿAḍudī Hospital, Ed. And Trans. Oliver Kahl. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):209-211.
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    Mary Hossain (2013). The Headscarf Controversy: Secularism and Freedom of Religion, by Hilal Elver. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):258-260.
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    Alexander Key (2013). Hardship and Deliverance in the Islamic Tradition: Theology and Spirituality in the Works of Al-Tanūkhī, by Nouha Khalifa. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):212-216.
  11. Remke Kruk (2013). The Man of Wiles in Popular Arabic Literature: A Study of a Medieval Arab Hero, by Malcolm C. Lyons. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):241-243.
  12. Taneli Kukkonen (2013). Das Transzendentale Bei Ibn Sīnā. Zur Metaphysik Als Wissenschaft Erster Begriffs- Und Urteilsprinzipien, by Tiana Koutzarova. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):201-204.
  13. Gary Leiser (2013). The Seljuqs: Politics, Society and Culture, Ed. Christian Lange and Songül Mecit. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):223-226.
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    Nabil Matar (2013). Encountering Islam. Joseph Pitts: An English Slave in 17th-Century Algiers and Mecca. A Critical Edition, with Biographical Introduction and Notes of Joseph Pitts of Exeter’s ‘A Faithful Account of the Religion and Manners of the Mahometans’ 1731, by Paul Auchterlonie. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):239-241.
  15. Christopher Melchert (2013). Sufism, Black and White: A Critical Edition of Kitāb Al-Bayāḍ Wa-L-Sawād by Abū L-Ḥasan Al-Sīrjānī , Ed. Bilal Orfali and Nada Saab. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):204-206.
  16. Laurent Mignon (2013). Symbiotic Antagonisms: Competing Nationalisms in Turkey, Ed. Ayşe Kadıoğlu and E. Fuat Keyman. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):236-239.
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    David Morgan (2013). Chingiz Khan: The Life and Legacy of an Empire Builder, by S. A. H. Haqqi. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):219-220.
  18. Suleiman Mourad (2013). Saladin, by Anne-Marie Eddé, Trans. Jane Marie Todd. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):217-219.
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    Asma Mustafa (2013). Muslim Youth: Challenges, Opportunities and Expectations, Ed. Fauzia Ahmad and Mohammad Siddique Seddon. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):256-257.
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    Richard Repp (2013). Ottoman Ulema, Turkish Republic: Agents of Change and Guardians of Tradition, by Amit Bein. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):231-234.
  21. Amidu Sanni (2013). Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa. Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges, Ed. Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa and Richard Roberts. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):244-247.
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    Ayman Shihadeh (2013). A Post-Ghazālian Critic Of Avicenna: Ibn Ghaylān Al-Balkhī on the Materia Medica of the Canon of Medicine. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):135-174.
    This article sheds new light on the sixth/twelfth-century anti-Avicennan current, which took its cue primarily from al-Ghazālī’s Incoherence of the Philosophers . A key representative of this current, Ibn Ghaylān al-Balkhī , veers away from the usual points of conflict in metaphysics and natural philosophy, directing his attention instead to descriptions of the properties of simple drugs in Avicenna's Canon of Medicine and Heart Remedies and Ismāʿīl al-Jurjānī's medical encyclopaedia The Khwārazmshāhī Treasure . In a dedicated text, he highlights various (...)
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    William Stockland (2013). And Diverse Are Their Hues: Color in Islamic Art and Culture, Ed. Jonathan Bloom and Sheila Blair. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):260-264.
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    Katarína Štulrajterová (2013). Convivenza, Convenienza and Conversion: Islam in Medieval Hungary. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):175-198.
    The dual phenomena of ‘convivenza’ and ‘convenienza’ were two unusual qualities that characterized the relationship between Christians and Muslims within the predominantly Christian environment of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. In order to examine these phenomena, the development and influence of the Muslim community in the first four hundred years of the Hungarian Kingdom is surveyed. The justification for the concerns of various popes about Muslim influence in thirteenthcentury Hungarian politics is examined and the plausibility of statements by two of (...)
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  25. Mohammad Talib (2013). The Moral Economy of the Madrasa: Islam and Education Today, Ed. Sakurai Keiko and Fariba Adelkhah. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):252-255.
  26. Marvin Weinbaum (2013). The Pakistan–US Conundrum. Jihadists, the Military and the People: The Struggle for Control, by Yunas Samad. [REVIEW] Journal of Islamic Philosophy 24 (2):249-252.
  27. Macksood Aftab (2013). John Walbridge, God and Logic in Islam: The Caliphate of Reason. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:116-117.
  28. Balqis Al-Karaki (2013). The Points of Contention in a Platonic Reflection Analogy by Al-Fārābī. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:89-115.
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    Ahmed Alwishah (2013). Ibn Sīnā on Floating Man Arguments. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:32-53.
  30. Hamid Dabashi (2013). Editorial: Found in Translation. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:1-7.
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    C. P. Hertogh (2013). Ibn Sīnā’s Flying Man: Logical Analyses of a Thought Experiment. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:54-74.
  32. Tariq Jaffer (2013). Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī on Taqlīd. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:9-31.
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  33. Shawn Welnak (2013). A Note on Al-Fārābī’s Rhetoric: Following Deeds, Not Words. Journal of Islamic Philosophy 9:75-88.
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