Philosophy, Religion and History of Science
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Diversion and arts in Islam / by Dr. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi ; translated by Rawaa Al Khateab.
The Cambridge introduction to Walter Benjamin / David S. Ferris.
Philosophical writings : a selection / William of Ockham ; translated, with introduction and notes, by Philotheus Boehner ; Latin texts and English translation revised by Stephen F. Brown, 1989 ; new foreword and bibliography by Stephen F. Brown.
Philosophical writings : a selection / John Duns Scotus ; translated with introduction and notes by Allan Wolter ; with a foreword by Marilyn McCord Adams.
Philosophy in the Middle Ages : the Christian, Islamic, and Jewish traditions / edited by Arthur Hyman, James J. Walsh, and Thomas Williams.
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