The "Metaphysica" of Avicenna (ibn Sīnā)
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The "Metaphysica" of Avicenna (ibn Sīnā) acritical translation-commentary and analysis of the fundamental arguments in Avicenna"s "Metaphysica" in the Dānish Nāma-i "alā" ī (The Book of Scientific Knowledge) by Avicenna

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Published by Routledge and Kegan Paul in London .
Written in English


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Statement[translated from the Persian and commentary written by] Parviz Morewedge.
SeriesCollection of representative works, Persian heritage series -- 13.
ContributionsMorewedge, Parviz.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20985295M

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