Yehia Amin

Yehia Amin is currently studying Arabic at al-Azhar University in Egypt. He has an MA in Near and Middle-Eastern Studies from the University of Toronto. Yehia is interested in Islamic and Confucian philosophy, Sufism, and Chinese historiography. On the Islamic philosophy side, he is fascinated with legacies of Ibn Sīnā (d. 1037) and Suhrawardī (d. 1191), while on the Confucian side, with Song-Ming Confucianism stemming from Zhu Xi (d. 1200). Yehia Amin looks forward to translating these influential figures between Arabic, Chinese, and English.

Annotated Bibliography of Neo-Confucianism

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Annotated Bibliography of Neo-Confucianism One of the most interesting fields in Islamic Studies is Chinese Muslim, or Han Kitab studies. I can tell you right now that the  barrier of entry is high – dishearteningly  high. You must learn [...]