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Published by Chapman and Hall in London .
Written in English


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Statementtranslated from the Arabic by Simon Ockley ; revised with an introduction by A. S. Fulton.
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Open LibraryOL18122516M

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The History of Hayy Ibn Yaqzan. Translated from the Arabic by SIMON OCKLEY. Author: Abu Bakr Ibn Tufail. Publisher: Islamic Book Trust. ISBN: Weight: kg. Page: ms. Price: RM Hayy ibn Yaqzan is the only extant work of Ibn Tufail today. It is a short philosophical romance, but so great has been its influence on the. History of Hayy Ibn Yaqzan | Abu Bakr Ibn Tufail; Simon editor Ockley | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Commonly translated as "The Self-Taught Philosopher" or "The Improvement of Human Reason," Ibn-Tufayl's story Hayy Ibn-Yaqzān inspired debates about autodidacticism in a range of historical fields from classical Islamic philosophy through Renaissance humanism and the European Enlightenment. Avner Ben-Zaken's account of how the text traveled demonstrates the intricate ways in. Commonly translated as "The Self-Taught Philosopher" or "The Improvement of Human Reason," Ibn-Tufayl's story Hayy Ibn-Yaqzān inspired debates about autodidacticism in a range of historical fields from classical Islamic philosophy through Renaissance humanism and the European Enlightenment. Avner Ben-Zaken's account of how the text traveled demonstrates the intricate ways in which 5/5(2).

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