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Brigham Young University

Al-Ghazali: Incoherence of the Philosophers

Michael E. Marmura

Hardback

9780842524667

 

Contents:

 

[PART ONE]

 

[First] Discussion: On refuting their doctrine of the world's past eternity

 

[Second] Discussion: On refuting their statement on the post-eternity of the world, time, and motion

 

[Third] Discussion: On showing their obfuscation in saying that God is the world's enactor and maker...

 

[Fourth] Discussion: On showing their inability to prove the existence of the Maker of the world

 

[Fifth] Discussion: On showing their inability to prove that God is one...

 

[Sixth] Discussion: [On the divine attributes]

 

[Seventh] Discussion: On refuting their statement that the First cannot share with another in terms of genus...

 

[Eighth] Discussion: On refuting their statement that the existence of the First is simple...

 

[Ninth] Discussion: On showing their inability to sustain a proof that the First is not a body

 

[Tenth] Discussion: On their inability to show the world has a maker and a cause

 

[Eleventh] Discussion: On showing the impotence of those among them who perceive that the First knows other[s] and knows the genera and species in a universal way

 

[Twelfth] Discussion: On showing their inability to prove that He also knows Himself

 

[Thirteenth] Discussion: On Refuting their statement that God... does not know the particulars divisible in terms of temporal division into what is, what was, and what will be

 

[Fourteenth] Discussion: On their inability to set a proof [to show] that heaven is an animal that obeys God... through its circular motion

 

[Fifteenth] Discussion: On refuting what they mentioned concerning the purpose that moves heaven

 

[Sixteenth] Discussion: On refuting their statement that the souls of the heavens know all the particulars that occur in this world...

 

 

[PART TWO: The Natural Sciences]

 

[Seventeenth] Discussion: [On causality and miracles]

 

[Eighteenth] Discussion: On their inability to sustain a rational demonstration [proving] that the human soul is a self-subsistent spiritual substance...

 

[Nineteenth] Discussion: On refuting their statement that it is impossible for human souls to undergo annihilation...

 

[Twentieth] Discussion: On refuting their denial of bodily resurrection...