5. Bridging the Gap between the Kindian Tradition and the Baghdad School: Ibn Hindū
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In Chapter 5, The Beginnings of Islamic Philosophy in the Tradition of al-Kindī

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5.1 Primary Sources – 5.2 Life – 5.3 Works – 5.4 Doctrine

5.1 Primary Sources

5.1.1 Bio-bibliographical Testimonies [*301–*311] – 5.1.2 Collection of Works [*315] – 5.1.3 Individual Works [*321–*324]

5.1.1 Bio-bibliographical Testimonies

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Miskawayh, Abū ʿAlī Aḥmad b. Muḥammad (d. 421/1030). Taǧārib al-umam. – Ed. by Henry Frederic Amedroz and David Samuel Margoliouth, The Eclipse of the ʿAbbasid Caliphate,…

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Cleophea Ferrari, “5. Bridging the Gap between the Kindian Tradition and the Baghdad School: Ibn Hindū”, in: Philosophy in the Islamic World Online: 8th-10th Centuries. Consulted online on 19 August 2018 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2543-2729_PIWO_COM_001505>
First published online: 2017



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