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  FileRoom.org - Indonesian theologian Hamzah Fansuri
Description of Artwork: Hamzah Fansuri defended the theological idea that all living things are one.
Hamzah Fansuri's writings, in addition to those of his students, were banned and burned.
Results of Incident: Hamzah Fansuri's ideas advanced among a small group of students.
www.thefileroom.org /documents/dyn/DisplayCase.cfm/id/882   (113 words)

  
  CFE Student - Hamzah Fansuri
Hamzah Fansuri was born in Indonesia, in 1969.
Fansuri, H., Zhang, D.K., Elcombe, M. and Studer, A., In-situ Structural Studies of Bismuth Molybdates Catalysts for Partial Oxidation of Propylene to Acrolein using Neutron Diffraction, Solid State Chemistry Conference, Prague, September 2004.
Onggo, D. and Fansuri, H., Utilisation of Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) on the Determination of Activity and Reactivity of Fe2O3, Co3O4, NiO, CuO, and LaMO3 (M=Fe, Co, Dan Ni) as Catalyst for CO Oxidation Reaction, Jurnal Matematika dan Sains, April, 1998.
www.feewa.curtin.edu.au /people/students/hamzah/index.htm   (842 words)

  
 Singapore encyclopedia : Cultural Information , Maps, Singapore politics and officials, Singapore History. Travel to ...
Hamzah Fansuri (16th century) was a famous Sumatran Sufi poet, the first to pen mystical pantheistic ideas into the Malay language.
Fansuri\'s pantheism derived from the writings of the medieval Islamic scholars.
He perceived God as immanent within all things, including the individual, and sought to unite one\'s self with the indwelling spirit of God.
www.singaporeiworld.com /wiki-Hamzah_Fansuri   (0 words)

  
 sastra@duniaesai.com
Namun, Taufiq Ismail masih menyebut Hamzah Fansuri sebagai pionir sastra daerah, dalam hal ini Aceh.
dengan tegas menyatakan bahwa Hamzah Fansuri adalah sastrawan Indonesia.
Hamzah Fansuri, Ronggowarsito, Raja Ali Haji, Chik Pantee Kulu, Haji Hasan Mustapa, Tan Teng Kie, bahkan karya besar
www.duniaesai.com /sastra/sastra3.htm   (1118 words)

  
  Iranica.com - SHI¿ITES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
Fansáuri himself referred to the first ima@m of the Shi¿ites in several of his poems.
Fansáuri was born in Siamese Ayutthaya, home of a firmly entrenched Twelver Shi¿ite community of Persian merchants (see THAILAND-IRANIAN RELATIONS and SAFINE-YE SOLAYMAÚNI).
Idem, The Mysticism of Hamzah Fansuri, Kuala Lumpur, 1970.
www.iranica.com /articles/supp4/ShiitesSEAsia.html   (1875 words)

  
 Current Staff - Hamzah Fansuri
Fansuri, H., Zhang, D.K., French, D., Elcombe, M. and Studer, A., An X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Study of the Structure of
Fansuri, H., Zhang, D.K., Elcombe, M., Studer, A. and French, D., Structure Determination of Powder
Fansuri, H., D. Zhang, M. Elcombe, and A. Studer, In-Situ Neutron Diffraction Study of
www.feewa.curtin.edu.au /people/staff/hamzah/index.htm   (531 words)

  
 Book Excerpt
Malay was also the language of the past, of the pantun and the syair, of poetic forms that combine descriptions of nature with personal emotions in a strictly organized word sequence, reminiscent of the sonnet.
Through Malay, Sitor came to know the work of Amir Hamzah and Hamzah Fansuri, the twa Malay poets who inspired him to strive for the balance and harmony in sound and rhythm which Chairil, in his revolutionary vitality, had been unable or unwilling to achieve.
A multiform genealogy emerged both in terms of language and ideas, in short, strong enough to tear the poet away from his roots, multiform enough to provide him with a footing in his self-created world of longing and loneliness.
www.lontar.org /publications/exerpt.php?id=5&page=18   (322 words)

  
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mywebpage.netscape.com /StBoleyn5883/hamzah-fansuri.html   (0 words)

  
 Hamzah Fansuri at AllExperts
Hamzah Fansuri (16th century) was a famous Sumatran Sufi poet, the first to pen mystical pantheistic ideas into the Malay language.
Fansuri's pantheism derived from the writings of the medieval Islamic scholars.
He perceived God as immanent within all things, including the individual, and sought to unite one's self with the indwelling spirit of God.
en.allexperts.com /e/h/ha/hamzah_fansuri.htm   (129 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Hamzah Fansuri": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is possible to identify an author, Hamzah Fansuri, who lived some- time between 155o and 15993, or possibly, in the light of a recent discovery, died in Mecca...
The earliest known contributor to this debate was Hamzah Fansuri, who was born on the northwest coast of Sumatra and died about 1590 (al-Attas 1970:3-30; Drewes and Brakel 1986:1-25).
At about that time, Hamzah Fansuri began writing about the mystical path in Malay, explaining that he did so "in order that all servants of God...
amazon.com /phrase/Hamzah-Fansuri   (415 words)

  
 MCP . Syair Hamzah Fansuri . bibliography        
G.W.J. Drewes and L.F. Brakel, The Poems of Hasmzah Fansuri, Dordrecht: Foris, 1986.
Bibliotheca Indonesica no.26, published for the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde.
Doorenbos, De Geschriften van Hamzah Pansoeri, dissertation, University of Leiden, 1933.
www.anu.edu.au /asianstudies/proudfoot/MCP/N/HF_bib.html   (0 words)

  
 In Search Of Modernity
This study attempts to go beyond the common perception of the issues.
It covers seven authors: Hamzah Fansuri, Lauddin, Ahmad Rijaluddin, Fakih Saghir, Abdullah Munsyi, Raja Ali Haji and Salleh Perang.
This study focuses only on those works of the authors, namely those considered the most important and representative of their writings.
www.ujanailmu.com.my /pd_in.cfm   (479 words)

  
 Acehnese Religion
The early history was much influenced by India.
The heterodox mysticism of Hamzah Fansuri and his successor Shams al-Din al-Samatra (d.
The greatest ruler of Aceh, Iskandar Muda, who ruled from 1607 to 1636, supported Shams al-Din, but the next king, Iskandar Thani (1636-41), banished these mystics from court and burned their books.
philtar.ucsm.ac.uk /encyclopedia/indon/acehn.html   (999 words)

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