Ibn Sina's Remarks and admonitions : physics and metaphysics : an analysis and annotated translation /

Al-Isharat wat-Tanbihat (Remarks and Admonitions) is one of the most mature and comprehensive philosophical works of Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 980?1037). Grounded in an exploration of logic (which Ibn Sina described as the gate to knowledge) and happiness (the ultimate human goal), the text illuminates th...

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Main Author: Avicenna, 980-1037, (Author)
Other Authors: Inati, Shams Constantine, (Translator)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Arabic
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, 2014.
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240 1 0 |a Ishārāt wa-al-tanbīhāt.  |n Part 2-3.  |l English 
245 1 0 |a Ibn Sina's Remarks and admonitions :  |b physics and metaphysics : an analysis and annotated translation /  |c Shams C. Inati. 
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520 |a Al-Isharat wat-Tanbihat (Remarks and Admonitions) is one of the most mature and comprehensive philosophical works of Ibn Sina (Avicenna, 980?1037). Grounded in an exploration of logic (which Ibn Sina described as the gate to knowledge) and happiness (the ultimate human goal), the text illuminates the divine, the human being, and the nature of things through a wide-ranging discussion of topics. The sections of Physics and Metaphysics deal with the nature of bodies and souls as well as existence, creation, and knowledge. Especially important are Ibn Sina's views of God's knowledge of particulars. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
588 0 |a Print version record. 
505 0 |t Frontmatter --  |t Contents --  |t Preface --  |t Analysis of the Text --  |t Prologue --  |t First Class: On the Substance of Bodies --  |t Second Class: On the Directions and Their Primary and Secondary Bodies --  |t Third Class: On the Terrestrial and Celestial Souls --  |t Supplement to the [Third] Class: On Expositing the Movements Produced by the Soul --  |t Fourth Class: On existence and Its Causes --  |t Fifth Class: Creation ex Nihilo and Immediate Creation --  |t Sixth Class: On ends, on Their Principles, and on the Arrangement of existence --  |t Seventh Class: On Abstraction --  |t Notes --  |t Bibliography --  |t Index --  |t Frontmatter --  |t Contents --  |t Preface --  |t Analysis of the Text --  |t Prologue --  |t First Class: On the Substance of Bodies --  |t Second Class: On the Directions and Their Primary and Secondary Bodies --  |t Third Class: On the Terrestrial and Celestial Souls --  |t Supplement to the [Third] Class: On Expositing the Movements Produced by the Soul --  |t Fourth Class: On existence and Its Causes --  |t Fifth Class: Creation ex Nihilo and Immediate Creation --  |t Sixth Class: On ends, on Their Principles, and on the Arrangement of existence --  |t Seventh Class: On Abstraction --  |t Notes --  |t Bibliography --  |t Index. 
650 0 |a Islamic philosophy  |v Early works to 1800. 
650 0 |a Philosophy, Medieval. 
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