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Oidinposha Imamkhodjaeva

Oidinposha Imamkhodjaeva

Assistant Teaching Professor in Philosophy

Office 227
Sparks Building

University Park , PA 16802
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Education:

  1. PhD, Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture
  2. Binghamton University, State University of New York
  3. PhD, Philosophy of Science
  4. Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Biography:

Research Interests

  • Ethics
  • Social and Political Philosophy
  • Globalization, Gender and Human Rights
  • Islamic Philosophy and Mysticism
  • Comparative Philosophy (Western and Oriental/Asian)

Courses

  • ASIA 100: What is Asia
  • PHIL 002: Political and Social Theory
  • PHIL 005: Philosophy, Art and Film
  • PHIL 010: Critical Thinking
  • PHIL 014: Philosophy of Love and Sex
  • PHIL 007: Asian Philosophy
  • PHIL 008: Philosophy and Feminism
  • PHIL 103: Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 106: Introduction to Business Ethics
  • PHIL 108W: Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 119: Ethical Leadership
  • RL ST 001: Introduction to World Religions

Selected Publications

Books

  • The Development of the Logical Ideas of Aristotle by Abu Ali ibn Sina. Tashkent: Fan ("Science"): 1990. (Russian language).

Articles

  • "The Role of Central Asia in the War against Terrorism." In Philosophical Perspectives on the War on Terrorism, edited by Gail M. Presley, 325-360. New York: Rodopi, 2007
  • "Russia, Chechnya and the Global War Against Terrorism. "In Philosophical Perspectives on the War on Terrorism, edited by Gail M. Presley, 255-287. New York: Rodopi, 2007.
  • "Arts: Storytellers and Raconteurs: Central Asia." In Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, edited by Saud Joseph. Leiden: Brill, 2007.
  • "Religious Practices: Ablution, Purification, Prayer, Fasting, and Piety: Central Asia," In Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, edited by Saud Joseph. Leiden: Brill, 2007.
  • "Religious Practices: Preaching and Women Preachers: Central Asia. "In Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, edited by Saud Joseph. Leiden: Brill 2007.
  • "History and Dignity: Contemporary Uzbekistan." In Social Diseases: Mafia, Terrorism, Totalitarianism, edited by Tim Delaney, Valerii Kuvakin, and Timothy Madigan, 44-52. Moscow: Russian Humanist Society, 2004.
  • "Abu Ali ibn Sina and the Theory of Modalities in his Book of Danish-name." Fan wa Turmush ("Science and Life") no. 8 (1998): 58-64. (Uzbek language).
  • "Studies of Abu Ali ibn Sina's Philosophical Legacy." In The Ancient and Medieval East, 151-160. Moscow: Nauka ("Science"), 1997. (Russian language).
  • "Studies on ibn Sina's Logic." In The Problems of the History and Traditional Culture of the Near East, 34-59. Tashkent: Fan ("Science"), 1995. (Russian language).
  • "Abu Ali ibn Sina's Work 'Al-Jadal' (Dialectics)." In The History and Traditional Culture of the People of the East, 43-64. Moscow: Nauka ("Science"), 1993. (Russian language).
  • "Abu Ali ibn Sina (Avicenna)." In Anthology of Ideas of Pedagogy, 64-76. Moscow: Pedagogy, 1992. (Russian language).
  • "Abu Ali ibn Sina's "Treatise of Soul." In New Research by Soviet Arabists, 112-118. Moscow: Nauka ("Science"), 1990. (Arabic language).
  • "Abu Ali ibn Sina's Logical Works." In The Ancient and Medieval East, 160-174. Moscow: Naula ("Science"), 1990. (Russian language).

Book Reviews

  • Review of Russia's Plato: Plato and the Platonic Tradition in Russian Education, Science and Ideology (1840-1930), Frances Nethercott. International Studies in Philosophy 34, no. 1 (2004): 223-225