Philosophical Theology in Islam: Later Ashʿarism East and West, edited by Ayman Shihadeh and Jan Thiele

Kayhan Ali Özaykal

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https://doi.org/10.12730/13091719.2021.121.222

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Philosophical Theology in Islam, edited by Ayman Shihadeh and Jan Thiele, is a thirteen-chapter work of robust scholarship into post-classical Ashʿarī theology that boasts papers covering the four corners of the Muslim world. With a book of this scope and size, it is impossible for the reviewer to satisfactorily treat each chapter equally. Specifically, therefore, I attend more closely to chapters dealing with philosophical theory and its development in accordance to the limits of space and personal interests.

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