The Nasirean Ethics, Band 1
Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Tusi (Nasir al-Din), Nasir ad-Din Tusi, Naṣīr al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ṭūsī, Naṣīr al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad Ṭūsī
Allen & Unwin, 1964 - 352 Seiten
The Nasirean Ethics is the best known ethical digest to be composed in medieval Persia, if not in all mediaeval Islam. It appeared initially in 633/1235 when Tūsī was already a celebrated scholar, scientist, politico-religious propagandist. The work has a special significance as being composed by an outstanding figure at a crucial time in the history he was himself helping to shape: some twenty years later Tūsī was to cross the greatest psychological watershed in Islamic civilization, playing a leading part in the capture of Baghdad and the extinction of the generally acknowledged Caliphate there. In this work the author is primarily concerned with the criteria of human behaviour: first in terms of space and priority allotted, at the individual level, secondly, at the economic level and thirdly at the political level.
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TRANSLATORS INTRODUCTION 922
AUTHORS PREAMBLE 2332
The Souls Perfection and Deficiency
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