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2012 | 1 | 5-14
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GILSON AND RÉMI BRAGUE ON MEDIEVAL ARABIC PHILOSOPHY

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Given contemporary interest in Islam, compelled by the astounding violence perpetrated in its name, the author considers what two historians of philosophy, Étienne Gilson and Rémi Brague, writing a generation apart, have to say about medieval Arabic philosophy and the relevance of its study to our own day.
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1
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5-14
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  • The Catholic University of America
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