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The Resource Nicholas of Cusa and Islam : Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages

Nicholas of Cusa and Islam : Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages

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Nicholas of Cusa and Islam : Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages
Title
Nicholas of Cusa and Islam
Title remainder
Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages
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eng
Summary
To explore Christian-Muslim relations at the dawn of the modern age, this book examines Nicholas of Cusa's seminal works on the Qur'an and world religions. It also considers Muslim responses to Christianity and other Christian writings on Islam
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Levy, Ian Christopher
Dewey number
261.2/7092
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • George-Tvrtkovic, Rita
  • Duclow, Donald
Series statement
Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions
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  • Nicholas
  • Nicholas
  • Nicholas
  • Islam
  • Islam
  • Christianity and other religions
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Nicholas of Cusa and Islam : Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages
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Contents
  • List of Contributors; Foreword by Thomas E. Burman: Nicholas of Cusa and Peter the Venerable's Request; Editors' Introduction; Part 1 Cusanus and Islam; Cusanus, Islam, and Religious Tolerance; A Critical Survey of Cusanus's Writings on Islam; Una Religio in Rituum Varietate: Religious Pluralism, the Qurʼan, and Nicholas of Cusa; Divine Difference and Religious Unity: On the Relation Between De Docta Ignorantia, De Pace Fidei and Cribratio Alkorani; Reading De pace fidei Christologically: Nicholas of Cusa's Verbum Dialectic of Religious Concordance
  • The Trinity as a Challenge to Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Nicholas of Cusa: Nicholas of Cusa's Philosophical Translation of Trinitarian Faith as a Response to Islamic RejectionPart 2 Historical Perspectives; Deficient Sacraments or Unifying Rites? Alan of Lille, Nicholas of Cusa, and Riccoldo da Montecroce on Muslim and Jewish Praxis; Perspectives on Islam in Italy and Byzantium in the Middle Ages and Renaissance; Juan de Segovia on the Superiority of Christians over Muslims: Liber de magna auctoritate episcoporum in concilio generali 10.6
  • How to Deal with Muslims? Raymond Lull and Ignatius of LoyolaPart 3 Muslim Responses to Christianity; The Messiah ʻIsa, Son of Mary: Jesus in the Islamic Tradition; Revisiting the Charge of Tahṛīf: The Question of Supersessionism in Early Islam and the Qurʼan; Ibn Hạzm's and al-Ghazzālī's Most Divergent Responses to Christianity: A Question of Epistemology and Hermeneutics; Jesus in the Muslim and Christian Mystical Traditions: Ibn ʻArabi and Meister Eckhart; Index of Names and Terms
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ocn883570658
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1 online resource (278 pages)
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online
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9789004274754
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(OCoLC)883570658
Label
Nicholas of Cusa and Islam : Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • List of Contributors; Foreword by Thomas E. Burman: Nicholas of Cusa and Peter the Venerable's Request; Editors' Introduction; Part 1 Cusanus and Islam; Cusanus, Islam, and Religious Tolerance; A Critical Survey of Cusanus's Writings on Islam; Una Religio in Rituum Varietate: Religious Pluralism, the Qurʼan, and Nicholas of Cusa; Divine Difference and Religious Unity: On the Relation Between De Docta Ignorantia, De Pace Fidei and Cribratio Alkorani; Reading De pace fidei Christologically: Nicholas of Cusa's Verbum Dialectic of Religious Concordance
  • The Trinity as a Challenge to Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Nicholas of Cusa: Nicholas of Cusa's Philosophical Translation of Trinitarian Faith as a Response to Islamic RejectionPart 2 Historical Perspectives; Deficient Sacraments or Unifying Rites? Alan of Lille, Nicholas of Cusa, and Riccoldo da Montecroce on Muslim and Jewish Praxis; Perspectives on Islam in Italy and Byzantium in the Middle Ages and Renaissance; Juan de Segovia on the Superiority of Christians over Muslims: Liber de magna auctoritate episcoporum in concilio generali 10.6
  • How to Deal with Muslims? Raymond Lull and Ignatius of LoyolaPart 3 Muslim Responses to Christianity; The Messiah ʻIsa, Son of Mary: Jesus in the Islamic Tradition; Revisiting the Charge of Tahṛīf: The Question of Supersessionism in Early Islam and the Qurʼan; Ibn Hạzm's and al-Ghazzālī's Most Divergent Responses to Christianity: A Question of Epistemology and Hermeneutics; Jesus in the Muslim and Christian Mystical Traditions: Ibn ʻArabi and Meister Eckhart; Index of Names and Terms
Control code
ocn883570658
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (278 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004274754
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)883570658

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