Mehmet Emin Gulecyuz is a PhD student in Islamic Studies at the University of Chicago Divinity School. His research is focused on the interactions between the traditions of Islamic theology (kalām), philosophy, and mysticism on discussions of divinity (ilāhiyyāt), ontology, and epistemology. The historical concentration of his current research is on fourteenth- and fifteenth-century theologians in and around Anatolia and their influence on later Ottoman intellectual trends. He holds BA degrees in Islamic and Religious Studies and in Philosophy as well as an MA degree in Islamic Theology (kalām) from Istanbul 29 Mayis University, and an MA in Islamic Intellectual History from Freie Universität Berlin.
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Aydogan Kars. Unsaying God: Negative Theology in Medieval Islam (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019). 343 pages. $99.00. Unsaying God presents the first book-length study of negative theological strategies in Islamic thought, with a focus…