Islamic philosophical theology /

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Imprint:Albany : State University of New York Press, c1979.
Description:xii, 265 p. ; 24 cm.
Series:Studies in Islamic philosophy and science
Subject:Islam -- Doctrines -- History
Islam -- Doctrines.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Morewedge, Parviz.
Notes:Includes index.
Bibliography :p. 244-246.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • I. The Greek Philosophical Tradition and Islamic Theology
  • New Philosophical Texts Lost in Greek and Preserved in Arabic Translations
  • The Origins of Islamic Platonism: The School Tradition
  • Aux debuts de la reflexion theologique de l'Islam
  • La logique d'Aristote chez les Mutakallimun
  • II. Classical Islamic Theology and the Early Shi'a Movement
  • Kalam and Philosophy, A Persepctive from One Problem
  • Faith as Tasdiq
  • The Shiite and Kharijite Contribution to Pre-Ash 'arite Kalam
  • III. The Development of Philosophical and Mystical Theology
  • Reason and Revelation in Ibn Hazm's Ethical Thought
  • Avicenna's Proof of the Existence of God as a Necessarily Existent Being
  • A Third Version of the Ontological Argument in the Ibn Sinian Metaphysics
  • Al-Jami's Treatise on "Existence"
  • Index