Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy: Supplement

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Brill, 2007 - Islamic philosophy - 426 pages
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Since the publication of the authors BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY in 1999 more than 3000 new books and articles in the field of Islamic philosophy, its Greek sources and its aftermath in European philosophy appeared and illustrate the increasing interest of the Islamic and the Western world. Philosophical thought as part of the Islamic culture became a medium in the dialogue between cultures and a tool for reflexion and methodology, which are indispensable for creativity and human behaviour. This supplement covers all new publications as far as they were available and could be included in the extensive index on authors, texts, translations and commentaries, and philosophical terms and concepts."

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Hans Daiber, Ph.D. (1967) in Oriental Studies, University of Saarbrucken/Germany, is holder of the chair of Oriental Philology at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. He has extensively published, mainly in the field of Islamic philosophy, theology and science.

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