Salam Esmail,Who is the author of this piece that you have translated?Ali
This is chapter 6 of Gerald L. Bruns, Hermeneutic: Ancient and Modern, published by Yale university press, 1992. I have translated it 6 years ago, when I was a student at Shiraz university. The title of the original chapter was: "Sufiyya: The Mystical Hermeneutics of al-Ghazali". By removing "al" from Ghazali, I tried to uncover Ghazali's truly Persian identity. Also, I have moved the original title to subtitle, adding a title that reads "Quran Is My Home". the original book
Bruns has a interesting book on Blanchot too, called The Refusal of Philosophy, in which he attempts to use the word "anarchism" in every paragraph. It's a good book, regardless.
Salam Esmail,thanks for the info.RegardsAli
anarchism is a sacred word, it is written between the lines of all great books.
Thanks for the link to May Day Leeds Group "Moments of Excess"... very inspiring and crystallized some ideas.
And thank you Thivai for your link and the excerpt.
I think I fulfiled my small promise...namaz roozahatun ham ghabul.
Thanks for the link to the Politics of Information. In appreciation:http://dialogic.blogspot.com/2004/10/raymond-federman-on-understanding.htmlThe "Recomposing the University" link isn't working?
now it works, i hope. the link is here.
Niko Polo is back. His compact account of Sri Lanka, its culture and tea is here.
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