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Imam al-Ghazali

The Book of Knowledge by Imam al Ghazali
The Book of Knowledge by Imam al Ghazali
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Details:  The Book of Knowledge by Imam al-Ghazali,
Paperback - 243 pages,
By: Hujjat al-Islam Imam Al-Ghazali.

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This work is a part of Imam al-Ghazali’s, may Allah be pleased with him, most famous work Ihya ‘Uloom al-Din, The Revival of the Religious Sciences, which was originally written in Arabic.

Imam al-Ghazali, the intellectual giant among Muslim scholars, deals thoroughly with the intrinsic value and vast dimensions of knowledge and learning and at the same time deals, in his forthright manner, with the science of religion as well as forceful refutation of the Greek and Roman philosophy drawing inspiration and support from the Noble Qur'an and Ahadith (Prophetic Sunnah).

Beautifully translated into English by Nabih Amin Faris. It is a masterpiece and beacon of light for every seeker of truth.

The Book of Knowledge contains the following Seven Chapters:

---1]. On the Value of Knowledge, Instruction and Learning,

---2]. On the Branches of Knowledge, which are fard 'ayn, fard kifayah, on the definition of Jurisprudence (fiqh) and theology (kalam) as disciplines in the Science of Religion; and on the Science of the Hereafter & that of this World,

---3]. On what is popularly considered to be part of the Science of Religion, but in reality is not. Includes a discussion on the nature of blameworthy Knowledge,

---4]. On the defects of Debate, and the Reasons why people have engaged in dissension and disputation,

---5]. On the proprieties of the Teacher and the Student,

---6]. On the Deficiency of Knowledge, the drawbacks of the learned, and the characteristics distinguishing the scholars of the Science of the Hereafter from those of the Science of this World,

---7]. On Reason, it's value, it's categories and what has been said concerning it in Traditions.


Contains footnotes and references where applicable.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 17 December, 2012.