Feder, Tafel, Mensch: Al-ʻāmirīs Kitāb Al-Fuṣūl Fī L-Maʻālim Al-Ilāhīya Und Die Arabische Proklos-Rezeption Im 10. Jh

Boston: Brill. Edited by Elvira Wakelnig (2006)
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Al-ʽĀmirī’s Chapters on Metaphysical Topics are an impressive example of the fusing of Greek Neoplatonism with Islamic Theology. Being a paraphrase of the Proclean Elements of Theology , they provide a better understanding of the tradition of the Liber de Causis in Arabic

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