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By Ibn Al’Arabi / Paulist Press / 1980
Called “the greatest Master” by Muslims, Ibn al’ Arabi (1165–1240), a Sufi born in Spain, wrote this work intended to be a synthesis of his spiritual doctrine. Gain a perspective on this important author's perspectives on Islamic philosophy.
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Al’Arabi (1165–1240) was an eleventh and twelfth century Sufi mystic who studied as the disciple of Al-Ghazali. He was an expert on Malaki jurisprudence and helped to spread Ash’aqi theology in Spain.