Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain, 2019
By: Sarah Stroumsa
Title Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain
Type Monograph
Language English
Date 2019
Publication Place Princeton, NJ
Publisher Princeton University Press
Series Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World
Volume 3
Categories Surveys, Maimonides, Aristotle
Author(s) Sarah Stroumsa
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
This is an intellectual history of the philosophical culture that developed in al-Andalus, the region of southern Spain ruled by Muslims from the eighth to the fifteenth century, emphasizing the contributions of both Jewish and Muslim philosphers. An integrative approach to Jewish and Muslim philosophy in al-Andalus Al-Andalus, the Iberian territory ruled by Islam from the eighth to the fifteenth centuries, was home to a flourishing philosophical culture among Muslims and the Jews who lived in their midst. Andalusians spoke proudly of the region's excellence, and indeed it engendered celebrated thinkers such as Maimonides and Averroes. Sarah Stroumsa offers an integrative new approach to Jewish and Muslim philosophy in al-Andalus, where the cultural commonality of the Islamicate world allowed scholars from diverse religious backgrounds to engage in the same philosophical pursuits. Stroumsa traces the development of philosophy in Muslim Iberia from its introduction to the region to the diverse forms it took over time, from Aristotelianism and Neoplatonism to rational theology and mystical philosophy. She sheds light on the way the politics of the day, including the struggles with the Christians to the north of the peninsula and the Fāṭimids in North Africa, influenced philosophy in al-Andalus yet affected its development among the two religious communities in different ways. While acknowledging the dissimilar social status of Muslims and members of the religious minorities, Andalus and Sefarad highlights the common ground that united philosophers, providing new perspective on the development of philosophy in Islamic Spain.

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La filosofía en Al Ándalus, 2017
By: Andrés Martínez Lorca (Ed.)
Title La filosofía en Al Ándalus
Type Edited Book
Language Spanish
Date 2017
Publication Place Córdoba
Publisher Almuzara
Categories Surveys, Ibn Bāǧǧa, al-Ġazālī, Maimonides
Author(s) Andrés Martínez Lorca
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
La presente obra ofrece una perspectiva abierta de la filosofía de al-Andalus con enfoques diversos y complementarios a cargo de reconocidos especialistas del arabismo, el hebraísmo y el pensamiento medieval: Miguel Asín Palacios, Manuel Alonso, Roger Arnaldez, Miguel Cruz Hernández, Fernando Díaz Esteban, Salvador Gómez Nogales, David Gonzalo Maeso, Joaquín Lomba, Andrés Martínez Lorca y Juan Vernet. Novedad importante que reflejan estas páginas es la integración de los filósofos judíos y musulmanes en la casa común de al-Andalus, como históricamente aconteció. En la primera parte se analizan las influencias clásicas y orientales que confluyeron en la vida intelectual de la España musulmana. En la segunda se traza un amplio y detallado panorama de los principales filósofos de al-Andalus. El editor ha reconstruido en la introducción el desarrollo del pensamiento andalusí dentro de su contexto histórico. Rigor histórico-filológico, contextualización social, profundización en las cuestiones especulativas y espíritu crítico constituyen rasgos comunes de estos ensayos. Esta nueva edición se amplía con un prólogo que resume las ediciones y estudios producidos en España durante el último cuarto de siglo; una renovada bibliografía básica acerca de las fuentes históricas y literarias; y una actualizada nota biobibliográfica de los autores aquí reunidos que será útil a los jóvenes lectores e investigadores. Cierra el libro un Apéndice con tres nuevos textos: un artículo del historiador de la ciencia árabe Juan Vernet, una lograda entrevista al sabio egipcio Mahmud Ali Makki y un reciente trabajo del profesor Martínez Lorca sobre la formación de la cultura andalusí y su posterior recepción en la Europa latina.

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The Literary Corpus of Maimonides and Averroes, 2008
By: Sarah Stroumsa
Title The Literary Corpus of Maimonides and Averroes
Type Article
Language English
Date 2008
Journal Maimonidean Studies
Volume 5
Pages 223–241
Categories Maimonides, Surveys
Author(s) Sarah Stroumsa
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)

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Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain, 2019
By: Sarah Stroumsa
Title Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain
Type Monograph
Language English
Date 2019
Publication Place Princeton, NJ
Publisher Princeton University Press
Series Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World
Volume 3
Categories Surveys, Maimonides, Aristotle
Author(s) Sarah Stroumsa
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
This is an intellectual history of the philosophical culture that developed in al-Andalus, the region of southern Spain ruled by Muslims from the eighth to the fifteenth century, emphasizing the contributions of both Jewish and Muslim philosphers. An integrative approach to Jewish and Muslim philosophy in al-Andalus Al-Andalus, the Iberian territory ruled by Islam from the eighth to the fifteenth centuries, was home to a flourishing philosophical culture among Muslims and the Jews who lived in their midst. Andalusians spoke proudly of the region's excellence, and indeed it engendered celebrated thinkers such as Maimonides and Averroes. Sarah Stroumsa offers an integrative new approach to Jewish and Muslim philosophy in al-Andalus, where the cultural commonality of the Islamicate world allowed scholars from diverse religious backgrounds to engage in the same philosophical pursuits. Stroumsa traces the development of philosophy in Muslim Iberia from its introduction to the region to the diverse forms it took over time, from Aristotelianism and Neoplatonism to rational theology and mystical philosophy. She sheds light on the way the politics of the day, including the struggles with the Christians to the north of the peninsula and the Fāṭimids in North Africa, influenced philosophy in al-Andalus yet affected its development among the two religious communities in different ways. While acknowledging the dissimilar social status of Muslims and members of the religious minorities, Andalus and Sefarad highlights the common ground that united philosophers, providing new perspective on the development of philosophy in Islamic Spain.

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La filosofía en Al Ándalus, 2017
By: Andrés Martínez Lorca (Ed.)
Title La filosofía en Al Ándalus
Type Edited Book
Language Spanish
Date 2017
Publication Place Córdoba
Publisher Almuzara
Categories Surveys, Ibn Bāǧǧa, al-Ġazālī, Maimonides
Author(s) Andrés Martínez Lorca
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
La presente obra ofrece una perspectiva abierta de la filosofía de al-Andalus con enfoques diversos y complementarios a cargo de reconocidos especialistas del arabismo, el hebraísmo y el pensamiento medieval: Miguel Asín Palacios, Manuel Alonso, Roger Arnaldez, Miguel Cruz Hernández, Fernando Díaz Esteban, Salvador Gómez Nogales, David Gonzalo Maeso, Joaquín Lomba, Andrés Martínez Lorca y Juan Vernet. Novedad importante que reflejan estas páginas es la integración de los filósofos judíos y musulmanes en la casa común de al-Andalus, como históricamente aconteció. En la primera parte se analizan las influencias clásicas y orientales que confluyeron en la vida intelectual de la España musulmana. En la segunda se traza un amplio y detallado panorama de los principales filósofos de al-Andalus. El editor ha reconstruido en la introducción el desarrollo del pensamiento andalusí dentro de su contexto histórico. Rigor histórico-filológico, contextualización social, profundización en las cuestiones especulativas y espíritu crítico constituyen rasgos comunes de estos ensayos. Esta nueva edición se amplía con un prólogo que resume las ediciones y estudios producidos en España durante el último cuarto de siglo; una renovada bibliografía básica acerca de las fuentes históricas y literarias; y una actualizada nota biobibliográfica de los autores aquí reunidos que será útil a los jóvenes lectores e investigadores. Cierra el libro un Apéndice con tres nuevos textos: un artículo del historiador de la ciencia árabe Juan Vernet, una lograda entrevista al sabio egipcio Mahmud Ali Makki y un reciente trabajo del profesor Martínez Lorca sobre la formación de la cultura andalusí y su posterior recepción en la Europa latina.

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The Literary Corpus of Maimonides and Averroes, 2008
By: Sarah Stroumsa
Title The Literary Corpus of Maimonides and Averroes
Type Article
Language English
Date 2008
Journal Maimonidean Studies
Volume 5
Pages 223–241
Categories Maimonides, Surveys
Author(s) Sarah Stroumsa
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)

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