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Abdul Khaliq

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Abdul Khaliq
BornAbdul Khaliq
(1935-06-15) 15 June 1935 (age 89)[citation needed]
Lahore, Pakistan[citation needed]
💼 Occupation
teacher, writer
📆 Years active  1958 – 1995 – retired
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Abdul Khaliq is a philosopher who specializes in Islamic philosophy and Qu'ran Studies. He was Iqbal Professor and chairman of the Department of Philosophy at the University of the Punjab.[1]


Title Year Publisher
Muslim Falsafa (co-author:prof.Yousuf Shaidaee) 1987 Aziz Publishers, Lahore
Mabadiat-e-Falsafa (co-author:prof.Yousuf Shaidaee) 1989 Punjab Text Book Board
Problems of Muslim Theology 1989 Izhar Sons, Lahore
Qur'an Studies:A Philosophical Appraisal 1990 Victory Book Bank, Lahore
Elements of Philosophy 1990 Punjab Text Book Board
Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan on Nature Man and God 1993 Bazm-e-Iqbal, Lahore
Iqbal Studies and the Journal of Philosophical Congress (Editor) 1993 Bazm-e-Iqbal, Lahore
Masa'il-e-Falsafa (Urdu translation of Bertrand Russell's Problems of Philosophy) 1995 Mash'al Publishers
Companion to Allama Iqbal's Reconstruction of Religions Thought in Islam (Edited) 2001 Department of Philosophy Punjab University, Lahore
Problems of Muslim Philosophy 2002 Aziz Publishers, Lahore
Good Names of Allah (English translation of Asma'ul Husna of Syed Suleman Mansur Puri 2011 Paramount Publishers, Hyderabad
Iqbal's Concept of Death, Immortality and After-life (translated from Urdu, edited and reviewed) 2006 Iqbal Academy, Lahore
Problems of Muslim Mysticism 2012 Iqbal Academy, Lahore
As I Look Back - An Autobiography 2015 Punjab University Press, Lahore


  1. Ahmad, Naeem (1998). Philosophy in Pakistan. Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. p. 291. ISBN 978-1-56518-108-3. Search this book on

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