By Malek Chebel
De los angeles naissance du Prophète Mahomet à son ascension au ciel, treize récits pour découvrir l'islam. Les figures les plus célèbres, Abraham ou Abou Bakr, y côtoient des personnages de contes comme Sindbad le Marin et son géant farceur. Tous ces récits ont en commun leur message, un message de lumière...
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The brilliance of his style and the suggestiveness of his writings led to their continuing popularity in the Islamic world for the last years, and in translation his ideas also entered the Christian and Jewish worlds. It is ironic that this considerable philosopher should be credited with ending Peripatetic philosophy in the Islamic world. u¯ f¯ı and other forms of philosophical thought more attuned to the religious life. ammad ibn Rushd, who was born in / in Cordoba, Spain. He was a public official, serving as both royal physician and judge, but his political career was often difficult, and by the time of his death in / he had suffered banishment to North Africa.
The scene was clearly set for a major demarcation dispute between the philosophers and the rest of the Islamic intellectual community, a dispute which alternately raged and simmered in the Islamic world from the fourth to the sixth centuries AH/tenth to the twelfth centuries CE. It is important to distinguish the controversy between falsafa and kal¯am from an important theological controversy which took place at around the same time as philosophy entered the Islamic world. The Mu‘tazilites, who called themselves the ‘people of unity and justice’, presented a large number of theological doctrines which sought to define a more satisfactory rational basis for Islam.
In this vein al-Ghaz¯al¯ı describes God as ‘Being without qualities’ (al-wuj¯ud bi-la m¯ahiyya) (TF ). He was able to fit the account of being provided by ibn S¯ın¯a into his Ash‘arite and occasionalist metaphysics, since ibn S¯ın¯a accepts that something is needed to move a thing from being nothing more than an idea to becoming an actual existent, and this role is that traditionally assigned to God. Manuals of logic from the fourth/tenth century regarded wuj¯ud as possessing an essence that the mind can comprehend without apprehension.
13 contes du Coran et de l'Islam by Malek Chebel