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Rovshan Abdullaoglu

Rovshan Abdullaoglu
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Native name
Rövşən Abdulla oğlu Abdullaev
Born (1978-09-28) September 28, 1978 (age 41)
Baku, Azerbaijan SSR
OccupationPhilosopher, theologian, psychologist, fiction and non-fiction writer, specialist in Eastern philosophy
LanguageAzerbaijani
NationalityAzerbaijani
CitizenshipAzerbaijan
GenrePhilosophical novel, Psychological novel, Detective fiction
Website
rovshanabdullaoglu.com

Rovshan Abdullaoglu (Azerbaijani: Rövşən Abdullaoğlu) (full name: Rovshan Abdulla oglu Abdullaev (Azerbaijani: Rövşən Abdulla oğlu Abdullayev), date of birth: September 28, 1978, Baku city, Azerbaijan SSR) is an Azerbaijani writer, publicist, Oriental philosopher, psychologist and theologian.[1]

Biography

Rovshan Abdulla oglu Abdullaev was born into an educated family in Baku, on September 28, 1978.[1]

His father, Abdulla Abdullaev, was then a police major and is presently a leading lawyer. In the 90s, he had taken part in the Karabakh war.

His mother, Gulnara Abdullaeva, has worked in the banking sector as an accountant for about 30 years and is presently retired.

Rovshan has two brothers:

Altai Abdullaev is a pediatrician specializing in neonatology.

Farhad Abdullaev has a pedagogical education and is the executive director of the publishing house Gadim Gala.

He is married and has three children.

Education

In 1995, after completing his education at the 116th secondary school, Rovshan entered the Azerbaijan State Economic University.[1]

Thereafter, he served in the Azerbaijan border troops, receiving a personal letter of thanks from the commander of the military unit.

Rovshan Abdullaev continued his education in Arabic and Persian languages in the fields of theology, scholastics, Arabic literature, as well as Eastern and Western philosophy. Overall, he studied at various universities for over eight years.

In 2013, he became a licensed gestalt therapist at the Psychological Department of the Moscow Institute of Positive Technologies and Consulting.[1]

Literary Works

Rovshan's creative activity began during his school years. In the 1990s, while keenly interested in sports and practicing various martial arts and acrobatics, he wrote his first book. In this text, which was later lost, he discusses the theory and philosophy of sports and the life stories of the most admirable athletes. He also describes a new universal sport that is a synthesis of various techniques. Even at that tender age, he felt a strong desire to write and share his knowledge with others.

While studying at the university, he wrote his first articles on the influence of social factors on the psychological development of adolescents and examined arguments for and against the theory of evolution.

In 2010, his first book, The Veil of Light and Darkness, was published. Here, he describes the factors of moral and personal development and decline, the properties of the soul and the veils of light and darkness within it.[2]

Translations and explanations

In 2011, Rovshan started translating one of Avicenna's final books, Remarks and Admonitions (Kitab al-isharat wa al-tanbihat), which impressed both the East and the West. In parallel with the semantic translation of the book, Rovshan Abdullaev provided profound explanations of Avicenna's metaphysics and logic. This work was published as two books: Contemplation[3] and On the Levels of the Mystics.[4]

In 2012, he went on to translate the work of another famous philosopher-scientist – Muhammad Husayn Tabataba'i – the author of a multi-volume interpretation of Al-Mizan and the treatise Man. The translation and interpretation of this treatise was published in three parts.[5][6][7]

In the same year, Rovshan Abdullaev translated a book that is considered the first manuscript in the Islamic world. Hence, it is usually called simply The First Book. It is concerned with the historical events and political backgrounds at the initial stage of the formation of an Islamic society.[8]

Original works

A new stage in Rovshan's creative activity was characterized by a psychological-motivational approach. In his five subsequent works, Burn the Bridges behind You, Every Human a Ruler, Life Goes on no Matter What, Rising Against All and Fears, the author turns to Western and Eastern psychology, providing new motivational levers on the material and spiritual path of personal development. These works create a synthesis of his psychological and theological views.

In his native Azerbaijan, Rovshan Abdullaev became famous after his first psychological novel, This City is Empty, became the countries best-selling book for 2016–2018.[9] The author's second novel, The Man on the Rails, was just as successful: the first edition was sold out in just two weeks.

Kindle editions of these psychological novels in English have been available on Amazon.com since 2018.[10]

These books teach to appreciate reality, to perceive difficulties fearlessly and to solve them, to endure the hardships of fate, to respect human moral values, to show friendliness and tolerance to others, regardless of their racial, religious or national affiliation, and most importantly – to love truly and deeply.

In 2018, a book with the bewitching title Abaddon made its debut. This intellectual psychological detective story was sold out in just 3 hours. The publisher had to release the second edition of the book in a matter of days.[11]

In March 2019 the first book entitled "Captivity" in the series of "God: Myth or Reality" saw the light of day. It is the science popular book that explains the psychological reasons for ardent defense and negation of the concept of "creator" by various ideological schools.[12]

To date, 25 books by Rovshan Abdullaev have been published in Azerbaijan. Most of these have become bestsellers, and have been translated into English, Russian and Turkish.

In his works, the author is concerned with psychology, philosophy, motivation, irfan teachings, philosophy of life, epistemology, ontology and theology. In addition to writing, Rovshan Abdullaev regularly performs in television programs, teaches online lessons in philosophy, and writes articles that are published on various Internet news portals.[1]

Hobbies

Since childhood, Rovshan's main hobbies were reading books and playing sports. As a teenager, he was actively engaged in wrestling, karate, boxing and the Soviet martial art "sambo." While participating in sports competitions, for several years, he also studied at a music school.

Travels

In order to expand his creative activity, to get acquainted with historical places, sights and cultures of different peoples, Rovshan Abdullaev visited many cities of Europe and Scandinavia.

Traveling to the cradle of mankind, he met with numerous African communities, observed the customs and ceremonies of different tribes, and visited the national parks and reserves of this region.[13]

Bibliography

  1. Features[14]
  2. The First Book[8]
  3. The Human before Earthly Life. (Translation and explication of Tabataba'i's Man)[7]
  4. The Human after Earthly Life. (Translation and explication of Tabataba'i's Man)[5]
  5. The Human after the Afterlife. (Translation and explication of Tabataba'i's Man)[6]
  6. The Beginning of Wisdom[15]
  7. He[16][17]
  8. Cognition.[18]
  9. Contemplation (Translation and explication of Avicenna’s Instructions)[3]
  10. On the Levels of the Mystics (Translation and explication of Avicenna's Instructions)[4]
  11. Woe and patience[19]
  12. Burn the Bridges behind You[20]
  13. Every Human a Ruler[21]
  14. Life Goes on, no Matter What[22][23]
  15. Rising against All[24][25]
  16. Fears[26][27]
  17. The Veil of Light and Darkness[2]
  18. The Righteous Message
  19. The Signature of Life[28]
  20. The Rule of the Dead[29]
  21. How to Spend Time[30]
  22. This City is Empty[31]
  23. The Man on the Rails[32][33]
  24. Abaddon[34][35]
  25. Captivity[36]

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