Ibn Khaldūn (1332-1406) - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Al-Ghazālī, Muhammadculture and Civilization;; Darwin, Charles Robert; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich; Historicism; Islamic Philosophy; Logic, History Of: Logic in the Islamic World; Machiavelli, Niccolò; Marx, Karl; Montesquieu, Baron De; Philosophy of History; Toynbee, Arnold Joseph; Vico, Giambattista.

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Ibn Khaldūn's Kitab al-ʿIbar was published in seven volumes (Būlāq, 1867) and translated into French by M'G. de Slane as Histoire des Berbères (Algiers: Algerian Government, 1851–1856). Al-Muqaddimah has been translated by Franz Rosenthal as The Muqaddimah: An Introduction to History, 3 vols. (New York: Pantheon, 1958); it has also been translated into French by M'G. de Slane, 3 vols. (Algiers, 1862–1868).

Most of the biographical data covering Ibn Khaldūn's long and interesting career can be found in his autobiography, At-Ta-rif bi-ibn Khaldoun wa rihlatuhu...

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