IBN ARABI - UN MAÎTRE SOUFI
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The article presents an interesting analysis of Arabian soufi movement represented by Ibn Arabi (1165-1240), the famous founder of the theoretical Muslim mystic religion, reformer and prophet. The authoress shows some ways of interpretation of his work, in philosophical, theological and scientific aspects. The most important result of Ibn Arabi activity was his new point of view on Muslim religion; he believed in striving for perfection in human relation with God in the idea of unity of being. His thesis was speculative in Muslim theology, because he was under influence of Neo-Platonism, nonetheless he made a strong impact on Arab-Muslim humanism.
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