Abu Hamid al-Ghazali is one of the great Muslim jurists, theologians, and mystics of the Muslim world. He lived in the twelfth century. He was a polymath who wrote on a wide range of topics including jurisprudence, theology, mysticism, and philosophy. In the West he is famous for his devastating attack on philosophy, specifically metaphysics, in his Tahfut al-falasifa, translated as The Incoherence of the Philosophers. He is also the author of the famed Ihya ulum al-din (The Revival of Religious Sciences) a book that combines mysticism with daily life by emphasizing the underlying psychology of everyday practices and its ramification on life in this world and the hereafter. AKA: al-Ghazzali, Algazel (450-505 AH/1058-1111 AD).
- Editions September 3, 2020
- Wisdom of God’s creation November 21, 2019
- Who moved Al-Ghazali’s Tomb? September 29, 2019
- The Concept of man in Islam in the writings of al-Ghazali by Ali Issa Othman September 23, 2019
- Ghazali manuscript: Mishakt al-Anwar September 23, 2019
- Iḥyāʾ – Dār al-Fayyḥāʾ/Dār al-Manhal edition September 2, 2019
- Ihya in English July 17, 2019