Islamic Thought in the Dialogue of Cultures : A Historical and Bibliographical Survey.

By: Daiber, HansSeries: Themes in Islamic StudiesPublisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2012Copyright date: ©2012Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (286 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789004232044Subject(s): Islamic philosophy -- Bibliography.;Islamic philosophy -- Greek influences.;Islamic philosophy -- History.;Islamic philosophy -- InfluenceGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Islamic Thought in the Dialogue of Cultures : A Historical and Bibliographical SurveyDDC classification: 181/.07 LOC classification: B741.D25 2012Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter One The Qur'ānic Background of Rationalism in Early Islam -- Chapter Two Theocracy versus Individuality: The Dispute on Man's Free Will and its Impact on a New Rational World-View in the 8th/9th Century -- Chapter Three The Encounter of Islamic Rationalism with Greek Culture: The Translation Period and its Role in the Development of Islamic Philosophy -- 3.1. Motives and Principles for the Selection of Translations from Greek into Arabic -- 3.2. The Syriac Share in the Early Greek-Arabic Translations -- 3.3. The Iranian Share and the Role of the Nestorians in the Translation Movement -- 3.4. Ways of Transmission of Greek Sciences to the Arabs: From Alexandria to Baghdad -- 3.5. Themes of Early Arabic Translations -- 3.6. Ḥunayn Ibn Isḥāq and his "School" -- 3.7. Qustạ̄ Ibn Lūqā -- 3.8. Greek Natural Philosophy and Islamic World-View. The Role of Aristotelian and Neoplatonic Philosophy -- 3.9. From Translation to Commentary and the Role of the Alexandrian School -- Chapter Four The Autonomy of Philosophy in Islam -- Chapter Five The Encounter of Islamic Philosophy with European Thought: Latin Translations and Translators of Arabic Philosophical Texts and their Importance for Medieval European Philosophy. Survey and State of the Art -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Indispensable Research Material -- 5.3. The Arabic Aristotle in the Middle Ages -- 5.3.1. Aristoteles Arabico-Latinus -- 5.3.2. Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus -- 5.3.3. Arabic-Islamic Determinants of the Picture of Aristotle in the Middle Ages -- 5.4. Qusṭā Ibn Lūqā in Latin Transmission -- 5.5. Liber de causis -- 5.6. The Arabic-Latin Alexander of Aphrodisias -- 5.7. Other Channels of Philosophy from Islam to Europe -- 5.8. The Latin Transmission of Kindī -- 5.9. The Latin Transmission of Fārābī.
5.10. Ibn Sīnā in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.10.1. The Latin Transmission of Ibn Sīnā -- 5.10.2. "Avicennism" -- 5.11. Ghazālī in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.11.1. The Latin Transmission of Ghazālī -- 5.11.2. Ramon Llull -- 5.12. Ibn Rushd in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.12.1. The Latin Transmission of Ibn Rushd -- 5.12.2. "Averroism" -- 5.12.3. Critique of "Averroism" and Trends of Research -- Chapter Six Assimilation of Islamic Philosophical Thought and Dissociation in the Latin Middle Ages -- 6.1. The Arabic-Latin Translations as Mediator of the Cultural Heritage of Islam -- 6.2. A Pioneer of Alexandrian Exegesis of Aristotle: al-Kindī, the "Philosopher of the Arabs" -- 6.3. An Interlude: The Peripatetic Fārābī -- 6.4. The Consolidation of Philosophical Doctrines about God, Soul and Intellect: The Contribution of Ibn Sīnā -- 6.5. The Islamic Criticism of Philosophy: the Example of Ghazālī -- 6.6. Ibn Rushd's Return to the "Pure Aristotle" -- 6.7. Latin "Averroism"? -- 6.8. The Role of Islamic Philosophizing in the Middle Ages -- Chapter Seven Islamic Roots of Knowledge in Europe -- Chapter Eight Manifestations of Islamic Thought in an Intertwined World: Past and Future Tasks of their Study -- Bibliography -- Index of Names and Subjects -- Index of Ancient and Medieval Titles -- Index of Terms -- Index of Modern Authors.
Summary: The monograph aims at a historical and bibliographical survey of the qur??nic and rational world-view of early Islam, of the period of translations from Greek into Syriac and Arabic, and of the impact of Islamic thought on Europe.
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Intro -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Chapter One The Qur'ānic Background of Rationalism in Early Islam -- Chapter Two Theocracy versus Individuality: The Dispute on Man's Free Will and its Impact on a New Rational World-View in the 8th/9th Century -- Chapter Three The Encounter of Islamic Rationalism with Greek Culture: The Translation Period and its Role in the Development of Islamic Philosophy -- 3.1. Motives and Principles for the Selection of Translations from Greek into Arabic -- 3.2. The Syriac Share in the Early Greek-Arabic Translations -- 3.3. The Iranian Share and the Role of the Nestorians in the Translation Movement -- 3.4. Ways of Transmission of Greek Sciences to the Arabs: From Alexandria to Baghdad -- 3.5. Themes of Early Arabic Translations -- 3.6. Ḥunayn Ibn Isḥāq and his "School" -- 3.7. Qustạ̄ Ibn Lūqā -- 3.8. Greek Natural Philosophy and Islamic World-View. The Role of Aristotelian and Neoplatonic Philosophy -- 3.9. From Translation to Commentary and the Role of the Alexandrian School -- Chapter Four The Autonomy of Philosophy in Islam -- Chapter Five The Encounter of Islamic Philosophy with European Thought: Latin Translations and Translators of Arabic Philosophical Texts and their Importance for Medieval European Philosophy. Survey and State of the Art -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Indispensable Research Material -- 5.3. The Arabic Aristotle in the Middle Ages -- 5.3.1. Aristoteles Arabico-Latinus -- 5.3.2. Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus -- 5.3.3. Arabic-Islamic Determinants of the Picture of Aristotle in the Middle Ages -- 5.4. Qusṭā Ibn Lūqā in Latin Transmission -- 5.5. Liber de causis -- 5.6. The Arabic-Latin Alexander of Aphrodisias -- 5.7. Other Channels of Philosophy from Islam to Europe -- 5.8. The Latin Transmission of Kindī -- 5.9. The Latin Transmission of Fārābī.

5.10. Ibn Sīnā in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.10.1. The Latin Transmission of Ibn Sīnā -- 5.10.2. "Avicennism" -- 5.11. Ghazālī in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.11.1. The Latin Transmission of Ghazālī -- 5.11.2. Ramon Llull -- 5.12. Ibn Rushd in the Latin Middle Ages -- 5.12.1. The Latin Transmission of Ibn Rushd -- 5.12.2. "Averroism" -- 5.12.3. Critique of "Averroism" and Trends of Research -- Chapter Six Assimilation of Islamic Philosophical Thought and Dissociation in the Latin Middle Ages -- 6.1. The Arabic-Latin Translations as Mediator of the Cultural Heritage of Islam -- 6.2. A Pioneer of Alexandrian Exegesis of Aristotle: al-Kindī, the "Philosopher of the Arabs" -- 6.3. An Interlude: The Peripatetic Fārābī -- 6.4. The Consolidation of Philosophical Doctrines about God, Soul and Intellect: The Contribution of Ibn Sīnā -- 6.5. The Islamic Criticism of Philosophy: the Example of Ghazālī -- 6.6. Ibn Rushd's Return to the "Pure Aristotle" -- 6.7. Latin "Averroism"? -- 6.8. The Role of Islamic Philosophizing in the Middle Ages -- Chapter Seven Islamic Roots of Knowledge in Europe -- Chapter Eight Manifestations of Islamic Thought in an Intertwined World: Past and Future Tasks of their Study -- Bibliography -- Index of Names and Subjects -- Index of Ancient and Medieval Titles -- Index of Terms -- Index of Modern Authors.

The monograph aims at a historical and bibliographical survey of the qur??nic and rational world-view of early Islam, of the period of translations from Greek into Syriac and Arabic, and of the impact of Islamic thought on Europe.

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