'Islamic Philosophy' published in Germany
Publish Date : Sunday 30 June 2019 - 16:31
IBNA- The book, 'Islamic Philosophy' (in German: Islamiche Philosophie) by a number of scholars published in Germany.
According to IBNA correspondent, based on a note provided by Iran's Cultural Attaché to Germany, the book has been authored by a number of experts including: Muhammad Sameer Murtaza, Murad Wilfried Hofmann, Merdan Günes, Sedigheh Khansari Mousavi, Ecevit Polat, Detlev Quintern and Hamid Reza Yousefi. It has been released in 286 pages.
Islamic philosophy which was founded by Al-Farabi
, was a combination of Aristotelian and new-Plutonian theosophies in an Islamic color and later was flourished in Islamic countries. The book 'Islamic Philosophy' introduces different views including those of the philosophers who were active at the advent of Islamic philosophy.
The book observes various aspects of Islamic philosophy and features the ideas of Abu Raihan al-Biruni, Avicenna, Ibn al-Haytham, Omar Khayyam
and other philosophers.