Iqbal: Makers of Islamic Civilization

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Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) is the person most responsible for transitioning philosophical thinking into postmodernism. What may be correct is that clinical psychology was eventually separated off from what was (and still is) called the "Philosophy of Mind", although about the origins of the medical science of psychology, I don't know its history. From al-Ash‘ari’s account, we can infer that Abu’l-Hudhail (d. 841 or 849), al-Iskafi (d. 854-855), al-Juba’i (d. 915), al-Ash‘ari’s own master, Mu‘ammar, a contemporary of Abu’l-Hudhail, as well as two contemporaries of his, Hisham al-Fuwati and ’Abbad b.

Pages: 160

Publisher: I. B. Tauris (April 3, 2007)

ISBN: 1845110943

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