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A Comparative Study On Islamic and Western…

A Comparative Study On Islamic and Western Philosophy

by Seyed G. Safavi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 964934652X, Paperback)

Eight articles edited by Seyed G. Safavi. 192 pages. From the Preface: "The articles in this book are a selection from those published in the Transcendant Philosophy Journal (an international journal for comparative philosophy and mysticism) between the years 2000-2002, in London. They all concern themselves with the subject of comparative studies on Islamic and Western philosophy. Because of the importance of the dialogue between Islamic and Western philosophy, these articles are being published as a separate book so as to reach a greater audience and readership."

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