Minbar Ibn Ruhsd – 5th issue Summer 2004

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Table of Contents

Abier Bushnaq
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Averroes (Ibn Rushd) – The Great Muslim Philosopher Who Planned the Seeds of the European Renaissance Habeeb Salloum – Toronto

Ibn Rushd : Why succeeded in Europe, failed in Arab Countries Hakam Abdel-Hadi – Bonn

Ibn Arabi and the Postmodernity Mohamed Mesbahi – Rabat

Balkis Hassan – Den Haag

Study of Postcolonial Literature: “Season of Migration to the North”
Khairi Douma – Japan

Sahar Khalifa in the German Press – Women against Occupation
Hakam Abdel-Hadi – Bonn

  • Editorial – 5th issue Summer 2004
    العربية DeutschDear readers! We are most happy to be able to present to you some new interesting contributions from the Arab World. Please have a look! Three articles go back to the 12th Century to trace back the relevance […]
  • Averroës – The Great Muslim Philosopher Who Planted The Seeds of the European Renaissance
    Abû al-Walîd Muhammad Ibn Rushd, better known in the West as Averroës, but also in medieval times as Avén Ruiz and Averrhoes, was born in 1126 A.D. in Cordova, once the illustrious capital of Moorish Spain. The descendant of a distinguished Cordovan family of scholars, he was the third generation of his lineage to hold the office of qâdî (judge). One of the foremost figures of Arab civilization, he became known as the ‘Prince of Science’, – the master of jurisprudence, mathematics, medicine and, above all, philosophy.

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