Filozofija I Društvo 22 (1):53-86 (2011)

In this paper author focuses his attention on one of biggest Indologist of all times - Ab? Raihan Al-B?r?n?. This itinerant scholar has acquainted himself with the roots of Hindu culture and philosophy at a time when next to nothing was known outside India about the range and richness of its heritage. Tema teksta jeste rad jednog od najvecih indologa svih vremena - Ab? Raih?n Al-B?r?n?ja. Ovaj putujuci ucenjak se upoznao sa korijenima hinduske kulture i filozofije u vrijeme kada skoro nista nije bilo poznato izvan Indije o opsegu bogatstva njezinog naslijedja.
Keywords Indo-Muslim inter-cultural synthesis, Abu Raihan al-Biruni, cultural pluralism and emerging plural society of India
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DOI 10.2298/fid1101053m
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