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It can hardly be denied that the system of ideas by which the Muslim peoples have interpreted and continue to interpret the world is relevant to the student of culture. Kukkonen, Taneli, “Infinite Power and Plenitude: Two Traditions on the Necessity of the Eternal,” in Medieval Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, pp. 183-201. The crew are quarrelling with each other about how to navigate the ship, each thinking he ought to be at the helm; they know no navigation and cannot say that anyone ever taught it them, or that they spent any time studying it; indeed they say it can't be taught and are ready to murder any one who says it can.

Pages: 312

Publisher: Editions Scholasticae; Reprint edition (February 28, 2013)

ISBN: 3868385231

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