This broad, comprehensive, and yet concise introduction presents a reading of Islamic philosophy as it evolved in the Middle Ages, investigating how Islamic philosophers thought and what they thought about.
A unique, dynamic, sophisticated Muslim culture flourished in Spain between 711 and 1492 CE, leaving us with some of the world’s most breathtaking works of architecture, such as Cordoba’s Mezquita and the Alhambra of Granada.
• What was the Ottoman Empire?, • What was the significance of the Ottoman Empire?, • What were its institutions?, • What sorts of lives did people lead?, • What lessons can be learnt from the civilization that the Ottomans created?, • What does the Ottoman Empire mean to us today?
What were the Crusades? Who were the heroes? Who were the villains? What can we learn from it all? How long did the King of England actually spend in England during his reign and what was Salah ad-Din’s favorite food?