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Sufism: Humanity’s primordial tradition

The third session of Unified Consciousness series
Prof. Darwin Absari

Leader

Prof. Darwin Absari

DARWIN ABSARI is a former Student Regent of the Mindanao State University System. He obtained his undergraduate degree AB in Political Science at the Mindanao State University in Tawi-Tawi in 2004 with University System Leadership Award. In 2013, he finished his M.A. in Islamic Studies at the Institute of Islamic Studies in the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman. His M.A. Thesis PAG-TUHAN: Tausug Spiritual Tradition was a recipient of the 2015 National Book Development Thrust Fund and is now a book published by the UP press. Currently he is an assistant professor and College Secretary at the UP Institute of Islamic Studies teaching Islamic Thought, Legacies of Islamic Civilization and Moro History, Society and Culture. His other research interests include Pre-Hispanic Philippine History, Islam in Southeast Asia and many others.

Date

Mar 22 2022

Time

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Online

Conducted via Zoom or live-stream.

Dr Absari is Professor at the Institute for Isalmic Studies in the University of the Philippines. Amidst the challenges of the global pandemic and terrorism, he perceives a living tradition present in every human being. Continouly nurtured by the influences of all religious and spiritual traditions, he explores how it can help humanity to face its current challenges through unified consciousness. Drawing on the mystical penergiy of his Muslim faith, he will show how this tradition is indeed the ‘science of love’, revealed in the core of Sufi teaching.

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Prof. Darwin Absari

Leader

Prof. Darwin Absari

DARWIN ABSARI is a former Student Regent of the Mindanao State University System. He obtained his undergraduate degree AB in Political Science at the Mindanao State University in Tawi-Tawi in 2004 with University System Leadership Award. In 2013, he finished his M.A. in Islamic Studies at the Institute of Islamic Studies in the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman. His M.A. Thesis PAG-TUHAN: Tausug Spiritual Tradition was a recipient of the 2015 National Book Development Thrust Fund and is now a book published by the UP press. Currently he is an assistant professor and College Secretary at the UP Institute of Islamic Studies teaching Islamic Thought, Legacies of Islamic Civilization and Moro History, Society and Culture. His other research interests include Pre-Hispanic Philippine History, Islam in Southeast Asia and many others.

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