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Abbreviations

  • DPhA = Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, publié sous la direction de R. Goulet avec une préface de P. Hadot, CNRS Editions, Paris 1989 (vol. I); III, 2000; 2003 (Supplément]; IV (2005); Va (2012); Vb (2012).
  • EI2 = Encyclopédie de l’Islam. Nouvelle édition, Brill, Leiden, Maisonneuve & Larose, Paris, various dates. (Scholar)
  • EMPh = H. Lagerlund (ed.), Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy between 500 and 1500, Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht – Heidelberg – London – New York 2011.
  • Kitab al-Fihrist = Ibn al-Nadim, Kitab al-Fihrist, mit Anmerkungen hrsg. von G. Flügel, I–II (= Rödiger, Müller), Leipzig 1871–1872; Kitab al-Fihrist li-n-Nadim, ed. R. Tajaddud, Tehran 1971, 19733 = B. Dodge, al-Nadim. The Fihrist, a tenth-Century Survey of Muslim Culture, Columbia University Press, New York-London 1970. (Scholar)

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