Dante And Catholic Philosophy In The Thirteenth Century

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Al-Ghazali’s fortunes took a decisive turn as a result of meeting Nizam al-Mulk, vizier of the Saljuk sultan Malikshah. Thus, scientific investigation should not begin with scripture, but with experimentation: In discussing natural phenomena we ought not to begin with texts from Scripture, but with experiment and demonstration. Again, suppose that scripture states that God created the world at a particular moment in time, while philosophy holds that it is eternal.

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