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Index Of Persons

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This index presents a list of ancient author names that occur in this book Islamic Thought in the Middle Ages. The reception of Arabic philosophy in the Latin West is an important but still fragmentarily known in the history of Western thought. In an erudite essay, Hans Daiber has stated that the influence of the Latin translations of Arabic philosophical texts on Scholastic thought 'has as yet by no means been exhaustively discussed.

Keywords: Arabic philosophy; Hans Daiber

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