(1058 - 1111)

Sufi mystic al-Ghazali, who served various sultans and viziers in Baghdad, is credited with persuading the Muslim world to abandon the reading of ancient philosophy. Admired by philosopher William James, al-Ghazali called the Neoplatonists “dimwits.”

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Voices In Time

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World to Come

Al-Ghazali on the alchemy of happiness.More

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