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    In 2009, Zaytuna College was founded in Berkeley, California, with a mission that called for grounding students in the Islamic scholarly tradition as well as in the cultural currents and critical ideas shaping modern society.

  • Academics

    As a Muslim liberal arts college in the West, Zaytuna offers a curriculum that provides its students with a foundation in the intellectual heritage of two major world civilizations: the Islamic and the Western.

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    Our mission is to educate students to become morally, intellectually, and spiritually accomplished individuals ready to contribute to our contemporary world in ways that are proportionate to their gifts and to the needs of human society.

  • Campus Life

    Zaytuna’s campus is on Holy Hill and students enter the College as part of a cohort, a community of learners that travel together through the curriculum.

Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics | al-Tusi's Nasirean Ethics

Dr. Eiyad al-Kutubi

Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics | al-Tusi's Nasirean Ethics

Nicomachean Ethics, the major ethical work of Aristotle, occupies a privileged position in the study of moral philosophy. It profoundly influenced the schools of philosophical thought that developed soon after Aristotle’s death, and it has been the subject of scholarly commentaries from late antiquity until the present day, with its influence on contemporary moral philosophy remaining significant.