Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 22 (2):199-216 (2012)
|Abstract||This essay is concerned with the complex relationships between falsafa and kal played a decisive role at a moment when Avicennism became intrusive. It is mainly in his al-da al-nimiyya that al-Juwaynarism. One necessarily invokes here Ibn Rushd, who, by exposing the dogmas in their literal manifestation in his al-Kashf hij al-adilla faqid al-milla, actually sought to operate a systematic refutation of the Ash's evolutionary study. In this contribution, some aspects of the major issues in kal (particularization), His unicity (waniyya) and the argument of muma (mutual hindering), as well as human agency with the acknowledgement of man's capacity (qudra) and its role. Albeit limited in scope, the essay attempts to make a more profound evaluation of al-Juwaynm in its specific development during which the Great Masters have not always been faithful to the classical tenets of their school, but also in its relations with falsafa and its influence on al-Juwaynlī's theological thought|
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