Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - The Incoherence of the Philosophers Summary & Analysis

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Ibn Rushd spoke to Ghazali, from tomb to tomb, which the narrator claims was only as absurd as the rest of the strangenesses. Dunia woke Ibn Rushd hundreds of years after death, to see if he was sorry and could defeat Ghazali, as well as tell him that she is a jinnia. Ibn Rushd and Ghazali continued their quarrel over reason and belief. Ghazali said Ibn Rushd’s arguments for logic could not be reconciled with a belief in god, and he also thought that the world is coming to an end. Ibn Rushd apologized to Dunia and took claim of his descendants, in return Dunia set out to help their offspring save the world. The narrator goes on to discuss the history of moral philosophy with jinn included, where they create several complications. Jinni influence human action to set...

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