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The Introduction of Arabic Philosophy into Europe (Studien Und Texte Zur Geistesgeschichte Des Mittelalters)
by:Charles E. Butterworth
The contributors to this volume are noted scholars from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Morocco, Poland, the Soviet Union and Spain. Each has stepped somewhat outside his or her usual academic interest to consider how the writings of a particular Arab philosopher or of a group of Arab philosophers were introduced into a particular...
The contributors to this volume are noted scholars from Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Morocco, Poland, the Soviet Union and Spain. Each has stepped somewhat outside his or her usual academic interest to consider how the writings of a particular Arab philosopher or of a group of Arab philosophers were introduced into a particular European university. Their essays identify the European professor or scholar who first introduced the works of an Arab philosopher into his/her university, speak about the work themselves, and explore what prompted the original European interest in the particular philosopher or philosophers. Thus, by explaining how medieval European universities first approached Arab philosophy, these papers contribute to the growing interest in the curriculum and general life of those institutions. This book should appeal to those desiring to learn more about medieval Islamic culture; medieval European culture; the history of the development of the European university; and the history of the relationship between the Middle East and the West.
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