In this first english book about (islamic) philosophy and the topic of aniconism in islam the interested readers will be informed about the existence, the sense as well as the qualitative but not quantitative effect of the aniconism on the so-called art of the islam. In islam, aniconism is regarded as a law of the revelation and it serves the searching for the good, for order, harmony and aesthetics of life, for god, the almighty creator of existence. Aniconism is much more than a ban of pictures! Is there also a connection between atomism, tattoous ruh, ijhaz, materialism and jahiliyya?
The Author Almir Ibric was born 1974 in Visegrad, Bosnia. Studies of philosophy and art history at the University of Vienna (Master degree in Philosophy 2003), Doctor degree in Philosophy (PhD) in islamic and intercultural Philosophy 2006. Current position: working for Viennas's administration at the municipial department for integration and diversity (personal main theme: Islam) since 2005. The author is also interested in Islamic theology. Previous publications: 3 books about the topic of Islamic aniconism. Please visit the website of the author and find more information about this topic and the author's future projects: