An Introduction to Classical Islamic Philosophy

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A and B Note(s): Course is open to undergraduates and MAPH students. Some Notes on Imami-Shi’i Cosmo-anthropology,” in De l’Antiquité tardive, pp. 519-29. We are told that al-juba’i was unable to say what God’s possible answer to such protestations might be, on the Mu‘tazilite assumption of the unqualified justice of God. At first sight it appears strange that none of these three thinkers had any appreciable influence within his own world (neither Islam nor Judaism knew of any such thing as a “discovery” of Aristotle), whereas on almost every page of the 13th-century Christian summae the names of Avicenna, Averroës, and Maimonides are found.

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