Ibn Hazm | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Mercedes García-Arenal

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Ibn Hazm.
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Critical Review by Mercedes García-Arenal

SOURCE: García-Arenal, Mercedes. Review of Islam frente a Judaísmo: La polémico de Ibn Hazm de Córdoba. International Journal of Middle East Studies 28, no. 1 (February 1996): 110-11.

In the following review, García-Arenal summarizes the salient features of critic Camilla Adang's study of Ibn Hazm's polemical writings on Judaism.

This book is devoted to the polemical writings against Judaism of Ibn Hazm of Cordova (d. 456/1064), a poet, historian, jurist, and theologian and one of the most important figures and minds of Western Islam, equaled perhaps only by Ibn Khaldun. Ibn Hazm is a very relevant figure both because of the importance of his written work and because of his life; the fact that his thought is deeply original and personal, coherent, and rigorous explains...

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