Islamic philosophy, theology and science 64
"Using the most extensive collection hitherto of his published and unpublished writings, this volume provides a comprehensive, in-depth and interdisciplinary study of the ethical philosophy of al-Razi (1149-1210), a most outstanding and influential medieval philosopher-theologian." "The volume includes the text, published for the first time, of one of al-Razi's latest and most fascinating works, Censure of the Pleasures of This World, which expresses pronounced moral and epistemological pessimism."--BOOK JACKET.
Text überw. engl., teilw. arab., in arab. Schrift
Teilw. zugl.: Oxford, Univ., Diss., 2002
Comparative Studies. Non-European Languages/Literatures
Faḫr-ad-Dīn ar-Rāzī, Muḥammad Ibn-ʿUmar 1149-1210