This book might serve as a textbook or handbook for students in the fields of philosophy and Islamic studies. It is a small attempt to introduce Islamic philosophy— to provide students with a self-teaching guide to a portion of the valuable heritage bequeathed to us by truth-loving philosophers throughout the history. After the rise of Islam, with its strong emphases on the significance of reason and thinking, followed by translations of prominent ancient Greek philosophical work into Arabic—during the Medieval Era in the Western world—Muslims made their contribution to this field. They modified and added much to this reservoir, such that it culminated in an entirely new reservoir. Islamic philosophy has always appreciated and respected its ancestors, although it has raised many objections to it or honed the raw intellectual stones of Greek philosophers in a meticulous technical manner that led to the construction of a glorious building.
Edited by: Mohammad Ali Shomali & Mahdi Abdullahi Authors: Mahdi Abdullahi, Mohammad Hosseinzadeh, Abdollah Mohammadi, Sayyed Ahmad Ghaffari, Mohammad Pakdin Asl, Hasan Latifi and Mohsen Nezhadi. Translator: Yasser Pouresmaeil.
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