Ghazālī, al-


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Abū Hāmid Muhammad al-Ghazālī (in Latin Algazel): Persian jurist, theologian and mystic who wrote mainly in Arabic (born at Tūs, near Meshhed). A complex personality, who circulated all through ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Islam.

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