Ebrahim Moosa sets out to stimulate a rethinking of traditional Islamic legacies in cosmopolitan contemporary terms, in this case rethinking Ghazali, one of the most important Islamic theologians of all time.
Publisher Synopsis «Moosa offers most interesting insights. He shows great familiarity with a wide range of al-Ghazali's writings, as well as with the secondary literature about them. In a unique way he brings to life...a thinking that has always been both passionately approved and rejected, but never left anyone indifferent.» Jules Janssens, Journal of Islamic Studies
«Professor Moosa engages the readers with an intellectually complex yet highly enlightening dialogue on the Ghazalian thought and theories.» A.M. Shah, DAWN
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UNC Press, Chapel Hill, 2005
17 x 24 cm
Ghazali 450/1058-505/1111 - Sufism - Imagination - Religious aspects