The Wisdom of the Mystic East: Suhrawardī and Platonic Orientalism

SUNY Press (2001)
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An expert on the thought of medieval Islamic philosopher Suhrawardi argues that philosophers have romanticized this work as a revival of “oriental” wisdom.



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