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9780198818618

Philosophy in the Islamic World A history of philosophy without any gaps, Volume 3

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    9780198818618

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    0198818610

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-07-31
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Peter Adamson took his doctorate from the University of Notre Dame and first worked at King's College London. In 2012 he moved to the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen, where he is Professor of Late Ancient and Arabic Philosophy. He has published widely in ancient and medieval philosophy, especially on Neoplatonism and on philosophy in the Islamic world.

Table of Contents


Part I: The Formative Period
1. The Straight Path: Philosophy and Islam
2. All for One: The Mu'tazilites
3. Founded in Translation: From Greek to Syriac to Arabic
4. Philosopher of the Arabs: al-Kind=i
5. The Chosen Ones: Philosophy and Judaism
6. Reasoned Belief: Saadia Gaon
7. High Five: al-R=az=i
8. Aristotelian Society: the Baghdad School
9. The Second Master: al-F=ar=ab=i
10. State of Mind: al-F=ar=ab=i on Religion and Politics
11. Eye of the Beholder: Theories of Vision
12. Strings Attached: Music and Philosophy
13. Balancing Acts: Arabic Ethical Literature
14. Undercover Brothers: Philosophy in the Buyid Age
15. God Willing: the Ash'arites
16. The Self-Made Man: Avicenna's Life and Works
17. By the Time I Get to Phoenix: Avicenna on Existence
18. By All Means Necessary: Avicenna on God
19. Into Thin Air: Avicenna on the Soul
20. Special Delivery: al-Ghaz=al=i
21. Miracle Worker: al-Ghaz=al=i against the Philosophers
Part II: Andalusia
22. Philosophy's Reign in Spain: Andalusia
23. Laying Down the Law: Ibn .Hazm and Islamic Legal Theory
24. Fantasy Island: Ibn B=ajja and Ibn Tufayl
25. Back to Basics: Averroes on Reason and Religion
26. Single Minded: Averroes on the Intellect
27. A Matter of Taste: Ibn 'Arab=i and Mysticism
28. Team Spirit: Ibn Khald?n
29. Matter over Mind: Ibn Gabirol
30. Choosing My Religion: Judah Hallevi
31. Born Under a Bad Sign: Freedom and Astrology in Jewish Philosophy
32. With All Your Heart: Ethics and Judaism
33. The Great Eagle: Maimonides
34. He Moves in Mysterious Ways: Maimonides on Eternity
35. Burnt Offerings: the Maimonides Controversy
36. Man and Superman: Gersonides and the Jewish Reception of Averroes
37. Neither the Time nor the Place: .Hasdai Crescas
38. When Bad Things Happen to Good People: Suffering in Jewish Philosophy
39. Chariot of Fire: Kabbalah
40. A Matter of Principles: Joseph Albo and Isaac Abravanel
Part III: The Later Traditions
41. Golden Ages: The Later Traditions
42. All Things Considered: Ab? l-Barak=at al-Baghd=ad=i
43. For the Sake of Argument: Fakhr al-D=in al-R=az=i
44. Let There Be Light: Suhraward=i
45. Bright Ideas: Illuminationism
46. A Man for All Seasons: Na.s=ir al-D=in al-.T?s=i
47. To Be or Not to Be: Debating Avicenna's Metaphysics
48. Eyes Wide Shut: al-R?m=i and Philosophical Sufism
49. Proof Positive: The Logical Tradition
50. By the Book: Ibn Taymiyya
51. Aftermath: Philosophy and Science in the Mongol Age
52. Family Feud: Philosophy at Sh=ir=az
53. Follow the Leader: Philosophy under the Safavids
54. To Be, Continued: Mull=a .Sadr=a on Existence
55. Return to Sender: Mull=a .Sadr=a on Motion and Knowledge
56. Subcontinental Drift: Philosophy in Islamic India
57. Turkish Delights: Philosophy under the Ottomans
58. Blind Alley: Taql=id, Sufism, and Philosophy
59. The Young Ones: Encounters with European Thought
60. The Stronger Sex: Women Scholars in the Islamic World
61. All for One and One for All: Mu.hammad 'Abduh and Mu.hammad Iqb=al
62. Iran So Far: The Heirs of Mull=a .Sadr=a

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