Record Number : 95350 of 13452
Title : Islamic philosophy online
Islamic Philosophy Online presents an extensive collection of resources for the study of Muslim philosophers and thought, from the Abbasid period (which began in the 8th century) to the present day. There are over two gigabytes of text at the site, mostly in English or Arabic, but with some works in French, German, or Latin. The website consists of: general histories of Islamic philosophy; reference guides, including a dictionary of Islamic philosophy; primary texts by some of the most notable Muslim thinkers; modern articles; and news of events and current research. It also hosts utilities such as a date converter and an Arabic text processor. There are extensive separate Web pages devoted to a number of thinkers, including: Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (1058-1111); Ibn Sina (Avicenna) (980-1037); Ibn Rushd (Averroes) (1126-1198); and Ibn Taymiyah (1263-1328). These pages contain a wealth of information including biographical and bibliographical details, primary and secondary works, and links. Details are also given of the Journal of Islamic Philosophy, which features articles and book reviews. Tables of contents and submission guidelines are available. This is an excellent site that should be bookmarked by anyone studying Islamic philosophy or interested in its historical impact.
Uncontrolled Keywords : Islamic philosophy; Muslim philosophy; Arabic philosophy; Ghazzali; al-Ghazali, Abu Hamid; Ibn Sina, Abu Ali; Averroes; Ibn Rushd, Abu'l-Walid; Ibn Taymiyah, Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-Halim
Controlled Keywords : philosophy of religion; Islam; pi7531; pi7530; pi7529; pi5323
Language : eng;
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