KINDI, Abu Yusuf Ya'qub bin Ishaq


KINDI, Abu Yusuf Ya'qub bin Ishaq
(813-873)
   known as "the philosopher of the Arabs" he is the only MUSLIM philosopher of pure Arabic descent. Deeply influenced by NEO-PLATONISM even his Theology of Aristotle was Neo-Platonic.

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