Student is made aware of the scope and nature of medieval and Islamic philosophy. The synthesis between Hellenistic thought and Christian faith. An examination of the major contributions of Islamic thinkers to the sphere of philosophy. Coexistence between Greek love of wisdom and the philosophical categories developed by Muslim philosophers.
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