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Arab-Islamic Philosophy
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Table of Contents

  • Introduction by Walid Hamarneh
  • Author's Introduction
  • Part One: A Different Reading of the Tradition Discourse
    • Chapter I: The Present Shortcomings
    • Chapter II: For a Scientific Critique of Arab Reason
  • Part Two: Philosophical Thinking and Ideology
    • Chapter III: Historical Dynamics of the Arab-Islamic Philosophy
    • Chapter IV: The Rise and Fall of Reason
    • Chapter V: The Andalusian Resurgence
  • Conclusion: The Future Can Only Be Averroist

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Offers both Western readers and his own compatriots a radical new approach to Arab thought

About the Author

Mohammed Abed al-Jabri, Professor of Philosophy at Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, is one of the major intellectual figures in the contemporary Arab world. His early research on the epistemological origins of Arab thought resulted in his major work, a trilogy: naqd al 'aql al 'arabi, published in Beirut in 1982, 1986, and 1989. Translator Aziz Abbassi, a native of Morocco, is a writer and linguist currently living in the United States.

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