Arnold Yasin Mol

Arnold Yasin Mol

About Arnold Yasin Mol

PhD Researcher and Lecturer in Comparative Philosophy and Religion, Islamic University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam (IUASR) and Leiden University.

Arnold Yasin Mol is Lecturer in Comparative Theology and Philosophy of Religion at the Islamic University of Applied Sciences Rotterdam (IUASR), and PhD Fellow and Lecturer in Philosophy and Islamic Studies at the Leiden University Institute for Philosophy, Leiden University Center for the Study of Religion (LUCSoR), and Leiden University Center for Islamic Thought and History (LUCITH). His research incorporates Islamic studies, intellectual history, and the philosophy of religions and worldviews. His publications include: ‘Ḥāshiya and the Supercommentary Tradition’ in the Gruyter Handbook on Qurʾānic Hermeneutics, ‘Human Rights’ in the Oxford Handbook on Islamic Reform (forthcoming) and the Routledge Handbook on Islamic Ethics (forthcoming), ‘Islamic Human Rights Discourse and Hermeneutics of Continuity’, Journal of Islamic Ethics (JIE), Volume 3 (2019); ‘Divine respite in the Ottoman tafsīr tradition: Reconciling exegetical approaches to Q.11:117’ in Osmanli’da ilm-I Tefsir (Istanbul: ISAR, 2019); and ‘Laylat al-Qadr as Sacred Time: Sacred Cosmology in Sunnī Kalām and Tafsīr’ in Islamic Studies Today: Essays in Honor of Andrew Rippin (Leiden: Brill, 2017).

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