A History of Islamic Philosophy

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Columbia University Press, 1983 - Islamic philosophy - 394 pages
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Discusses the legalism, rationalism, and mysticism of Islamic thought and its impact upon cultural aspects of Muslim life. This book examines the rise of nineteenth-century Pan-Islamism which attempts to unite the politically disunited Islam into a spiritual unity.

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