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The Routledge companion to Islamic philosophy / edited by Richard C. Taylor and Luis Xavier Lopez-Farjeat

Contributor(s): Taylor, Richard C | López Farjeat, Luis Xavier.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge philosophy companions.Publisher: London : Routledge, 2016Description: xvii, 433 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780415881609 (hbk); 9781315708928 (ebk).Subject(s): Islamic philosophy | PHILOSOPHY / Eastern | RELIGION / Islam / Theology | PHILOSOPHY / ReligiousDDC classification: 181.07 Summary: "Recent publications focused on Arabic/Islamic philosophy have traditionally considered this under the history of ideas and Oriental or Islamic studies. There is a need for a comprehensive collection of essays that treats Islamic philosophy as philosophy, and not merely as a conduit of intellectual history for delivering ideas from the ancient Greeks to medieval Christians. With this aim, The Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy is conceived as a well-structured and wide-ranging thematic approach, accessible for a broad spectrum of readers, from students to scholars interested in Islamic thought, philosophy, theology, and religious studies"--
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"Recent publications focused on Arabic/Islamic philosophy have traditionally considered this under the history of ideas and Oriental or Islamic studies. There is a need for a comprehensive collection of essays that treats Islamic philosophy as philosophy, and not merely as a conduit of intellectual history for delivering ideas from the ancient Greeks to medieval Christians. With this aim, The Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy is conceived as a well-structured and wide-ranging thematic approach, accessible for a broad spectrum of readers, from students to scholars interested in Islamic thought, philosophy, theology, and religious studies"--

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