Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Umar Khayyam" by Mehdi Aminrazavi and Glen Van Brummelen

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Primary Works

  • Fi'l-kawn wa'l-taklīf (On Being and Necessity) in Farhang, 12/1–4 (2000/1378 A.H.s.): 140–141, 145.
  • Ḍarūrat al-taḍād fi'l-‘ālam wa'l-jabr wa'l-baqā‘ (On the Necessity of Contradiction in the World, and Determinism and Subsistence), in Farhang, 12/1–4 (2000/1378 A.H.s.): 164, 177.
  • Risālah fi'l-wujūd, (On Existence), in Farhang, 12/1–4 (2000/1378 A.H.s.): 124.
  • Al-jawāb ‘an thulāth masā’il, (Response to Three Philosophical Problems) in Farhang, 12/1–4 (2000/1378 A.H.s.): 167–68.
  • Dānish nāmah-yi Khayyāmī, Rahmin R. Mālik (ed.), Tehran, 1998, 1377 A.H.s.
  • Al-Razi. Fakhr al-Din, Al-Mabāḥith al-mashraqiyyah, M. Al-Mu'tasim al-Baghdadi (ed.), Cairo: Dar al-Ilm, 1990.
  • Iji, Adud al-Din, Al-Mawāqif, Cairo: Maktabat al-Mutanabbi, 1983.
  • Rubai‘yyat of Omar Khayyām, Sa‘idī, Ahmad, 1991. Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press. (Scholar)
  • The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Edward Fitzgerald, London: Quaritch, 1859 (1st edition); 1868 (2nd), 1872 (3rd), 1879 (4th), 1889 (5th, posthumous).
  • The Quatrains of Omar Khayyām, E. H. Whinfield, 1882; republished 2001, London: Routledge. (Scholar)
  • Tirtha, S. G., 1941, The Nectar of Grace: Omar Khayyām’s Life and Works, Allahabad: Government Central Press. (Scholar)

Secondary Works

  • Amir-Móez, A., 1959, “Discussion of difficulties in Euclid”, Scripta Mathematica, 24: 275–303. (Scholar)
  • Aminrazavi, M., 2007, The Wine of Wisdom, The Life, Poetry and Philosophy of Omar Khayyām, Oxford: Oneworld Press. (Scholar)
  • Aminrazavi, M. (ed.), 2013, Sufism and American Literary Masters. New York: SUNY Press. (Scholar)
  • Amir-Móez, A., 1959, “Discussion of difficulties in Euclid,” Scripta Mathematica, 24: 275–303. (Scholar)
  • Amir-Móez, A., 1963, “A Paper of Omar Khayyam,” Scripta Mathematica, 26: 323–327. (Scholar)
  • Arberry, A. J., 1959, The Romance of the Rubaiyat, London: G. Allen & Unwin. (Scholar)
  • Barontini, M., and Tonietti, M., 2010, “Umar al-Khayyām’s contribution to the Arabic mathematical theory of music,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 20: 255–279. (Scholar)
  • Bayhaqī, Abu'l Ḥasan, 1932 (1351 A.H.), Tatimah ṣiwān al-ḥikmah, Lahore, 116–117.
  • Berggren, J. L., 1986, Episodes in the Mathematics of Medieval Islam, New York: Springer. (Scholar)
  • Broad, C. D., 1906, “The Philosophy of Omar Khayyām and Its Relation to that of Schopenhauer,” Review, 166 (November): 544–556. (Scholar)
  • Brown, E. G., 1899, “Yet More Light on ‘Umar-i Khayyām,” Royal Asiatic Society, 8: 409–420. (Scholar)
  • Burrage, C. D., 1921, Twenty Years of the Omar Khayyām Club of America, Boston: Rosemary Press. (Scholar)
  • Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1893, “The Omar Khayyām Cult in England,” in Nation, 57 (October): 305. (Scholar)
  • Dashtī, A., 1971, In search of Omar Khayyām, New York: Columbia University Press. (Scholar)
  • Dinānī, Gh., 2002 (1380 A.H.s.), “Hakim Omar Khyyam wa mas'alih-yi wāhid wa kathīr,” Daftar-i ‘aql wa āyat-i ‘ishq., Vol. I, Tehran: 229–230.
  • Djebbar, A., 2000 (1378 A.H.s), “Omar Khayyām et les Activités Mathématiques en pays d'Islam aux XIe-XIIe Siècles,” Farhang, 12: 1–31.
  • al-Fārābī, 1973, Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle, Philosophy in the Middle Ages, A. Hyman and J. Walsh (eds.), and M. Mahdi (trans.), New York, Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Co., 224. (Scholar)
  • Foūlādvand, M. M., 2000 (1378 A.H.s.), Khayyām shināsī, Tehran: Alast-i Farda Press.
  • Furūgh. O., 1964 (1342 A.H.), “Abu'l-‘Alā Ma‘rrī wa Khayyām,” H. Khadivjan (trans.), Yaghmā, 16: 173–177.
  • Gittleman, S., 1961, The Reception of Edward FitzGerald’s ‘Rubaiyyat of Omar Khayyām’ in England and Germany, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan. (Scholar)
  • Hogendijk, J., 2002, “Anthyphairetic Ratio Theory in Medieval Islamic Mathematics,” in From China to Paris: 2000 Years Transmission of Mathematical Ideas, Y. Dold-Samplonius, J. Dauben, M. Folkerts, and B. van Dalen (eds.), Stuttgart: Steiner, pp. 187–202. (Scholar)
  • Holland, B., 1899, “The Popularity of Omar,” National Review, 33 (June): 643–652. (Scholar)
  • Iṣfahānī, H.N., 2002 (1380 A.H.s.), “Hastī shināsī-yi ḥakīm Omar Khayyām” in Farhang, 14 (3–4): 113–117.
  • Kasir, D., 1931, The Algebra of Omar Khayyam, New York: Teachers College Press. (Scholar)
  • Khalil, R., 2008, Omar al-Khayyam, Algebra wa al-Muqabala: An Essay by the Uniquely Wise ‘Abel Fath Omar bin al-Khayyam on Algebra and Equations, Reading: Garnet. (Scholar)
  • Lange, C. Y. (ed.), 1968, The Pre-Raphaelites and Their Circle, Boston: Houghton Mifflin. (Scholar)
  • Nasr, S. H. and M. Aminrazavi, 1988, An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia (Volume 1), New York: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Nasr, S. H., 2001, “The Poet-Scientist Khayyām as Philosopher,” Mélanges Luce López-Baralt, Series 9, No. 8: 535–53. (Scholar)
  • Netz, R., 2004, The Transformation of Mathematics in the Early Mediterranean World: From Problems to Equations, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Oaks, J. A., 2011, “Al-Khayyām’s scientific revision of algebra,” Suhayl, 10: 47–75. (Scholar)
  • Rashed, R., 1994, The Development of Mathematics: Between Arithmetic and Algebra, Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer. (Scholar)
  • Rashed, R., and B. Vahabzadeh, 1999, Al-Khayyām Mathématicien, Paris: Blanchard. (Scholar)
  • Rashed, R. and B. Vahabzadeh, 2000, Omar Khayyām, the Mathematician, New York: Bibliotheca Persica Press. (Scholar)
  • Rosenfeld, B., and A. Youschkevitch, 1965, Omar Khaiiam, Moscow: Nauka. (Scholar)
  • Sayili, A., 1980, The Observatory in Islam and its Place in the General History of the Observatory, New York: Arno Press. (Scholar)
  • Smith, D., 1935, “Euclid, Omar Khayyam and Saccheri,” Scripta Mathematica, 3: 5–10. (Scholar)
  • Ṭabātabā’ī, M., 1950 (1370 A.H.), Khayyām yā khayyāmī, Tehran: Qoqnus Press. (Scholar)
  • Twain, Mark, 1983. Mark Twain’s Rubáiyát. Kevin B. MacDonnell and Alan Gribben (eds.), Austin: Jenkins. (Scholar)
  • Vahabzadeh, B., 1997. “Al-Khayyām’s Conception of Ratio and Proportionality”, Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 7: 247–263. (Scholar)
  • Winter, H. J. J., and W. ‘Arafat, 1950, “The Algebra of ‘Umar Khayyam,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, 16: 27–70. (Scholar)
  • Woepcke, F., 1851, L'Algèbre d'Omar Alkhayyāmī, Paris: B. Duprat. (Scholar)
  • Yohannan, J. D., 1971, “Fin de Siècle Cult of FitzGerald’s Ruba'iyat of Omar Khayyām,” Review of National Literature, 4: 85. (Scholar)
  • Youschkevitch, A., and B. Rosenfeld, 1973, “al-Khayyāmī,” in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (Volume 7), C. Gillispie (ed.), New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, pp. 323–334. (Scholar)
  • Zhukovski, V. A., 1898, “ ‘Umar Khayyām and the ‘Wandering’ Quatrains,” E.D. Ross (trans.), Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 30: 349–366.

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