BOOK REVIEWS. Imaginal Worlds: lbn Al-‘ArabT and the Problem of Religious Diversity. By WILLIAM C. CHITTICK. Albany: State University of New York Press. In Imaginal Worlds William Chittick brings together revised versions of essays originally written between and To a large extent the book recapitulates. Imaginal Worlds: Ibn Al-àrabi and the Problem of. Religious Diversity SUNY Series in Islam Chittick, William C. State University of New York Press
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Imaginal Worlds : Ibn al-‘Arabi and the Problem of Religious Diversity
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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. In this book Chittick explains Ibn al-Arabi’s concept of human perfection, his World of Imagination, and his teachings on why God’s wisdom demands diversity of religious expression. Sign in via your Institution Sign in. It summarizes many of Ibn al’Arabi’s teachings in a simple manner. Citing articles via Google Scholar.
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