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They will receive an email from The Great Courses notifying them of your eGift. Campanini, Massimo, “Alfarabi and the Foundation of Political Theology in Islam,” in Islam, the State, pp. 35-52. He was born in London into a noble household, educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, began his career in the field of law, and progressively climbed the ranks within British government, eventually holding the position of Lord Chancellor. Although he wrote many works of philosophy and theology throughout his life, his most influential work is the Summa Theologica which consists of three parts.

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