Ayn al-Qudat Hamadani

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ʿAyn al-Quḍāt al-Hamadānī, (persiano: ابوالمعالی عبدالله بن ابی‌بکر محمد میانجی‎, Abu l-Maʿālī ʿAbd Allāh ibn Abī Bakr Muḥammad Mayānejī) (Hamadan, 10981131), è stato un poeta, filosofo, mistico, giureconsulto e matematico [1],[2][3] persiano ucciso all'età di 33 anni.[4][5]

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  1. ^ Hamid Dabashi, "Theology of discontent", Transaction Publishers, 2006. p. 104"
  2. ^ Nadia Eboo Jamal, "Surviving the Mongols", London, I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd (May 23, 2003), p. 91: "At the same time, there was an opposite, more diffused, movement of some Ismaili ideas entering into Persian Sufism, as is evident, for instance, in the work of the mystical philosopher 'Ayn al-Qudat Hamadani, who was executed in 525/1131 by the Saljuqs
  3. ^ Hellmut Ritter, John O'Kane, Bernd Radtke, "The ocean of the soul", Brill Academic Publishers (June 2003), p. 719: "'Ayn al-Qudat al-Hamadhani (Abu'l Ma'aali 'Abda Allah b.
  4. ^ David Cook, Martyrdom in Islam. 2007. p. 69
  5. ^ AYN-AL-QOŻĀT HAMADĀNĪ in Encyclopedia Iranica (G. Böwering) [collegamento interrotto]

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