By Moshe M Pavlov
Ab?’l-Barak?t is a popular thinker of the Arabic-Jewish milieu who composed in his magnum opus the Kit?b al-Mu‘tabar, a complete metaphysics which challenged the approved notions of the conventional metaphysical philosophy.
‘Ab?’l-Barak?t al-Baghd?d?’s Metaphysical Philosophy’ examines the radical philosophical conceptions of the 1st booklet of the Metaphysics of the Kit?b al-Mu‘tabar. the purpose is to offer a constructed belief of Ab?’l-Barak?t’s systematic metaphysics. this can be entire via following the order of subject matters mentioned, whereas translating the correct passages. those diversified subject matters include levels of cognition that flow from an research of time, production and causality to the notion of a better non secular realm of psychological entities and a perception of God because the First Knower and instructor. The epistemological and ontological conceptions are analyzed at every one culminating stage.
‘Ab?’l-Barak?t al-Baghd?d?’s Metaphysical Philosophy’ analyzes immense parts of the metaphysical study for the 1st time. The booklet will therefore be a precious source for all these looking an unique and huge metaphysics, and for college kids and students of Jewish and Islamic Philosophy. additionally, it's of value for these looking a metaphysics regarding medical theories and people attracted to the historical past of technology and metaphysics.
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Ab?’l-Barak?t al-Baghd?d?’s Metaphysical Philosophy: The Kit?b al-Mu‘tabar (Routledge Jewish Studies Series) by Moshe M Pavlov