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Author: Patrick Laude,Annemarie Schimmel,Frithjof Schuon
ISBN: 1935493906
Language: English
Pages: 272 pages
Category: Islam
Publisher: World Wisdom (September 16, 2011)
Rating: 4.3
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Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Frithjof Schuon does what he is best at, examining the inner realities and truths of religion that are hidden beneath their external veils, which inwardly unite everything under a single absolute truth. After reading this book, it will change the way you look at Islam, or religion as a whole.

In this fully revised and amended translation of his masterpiece, philosopher Frithjof Schuon offers readers a deeper understanding of Islam, the world's second largest religion. Help us to make General-Ebooks better! Genres.

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Frithjof Schuon (/ˈʃuːɒn/; German: ) (18 June, 1907 – 5 May, 1998), also known as ʿĪsā Nūr ad-Dīn ʾAḥmad (Arabic: عيسیٰ نور الـدّين أحمد‎) after his conversion to Islam, was an author of German ancestry born in Basel, Switzerland.

Frithjof Schuon (/ˈʃuːɒn/; German: ) (18 June, 1907 – 5 May, 1998), also known as ʿĪsā Nūr ad-Dīn ʾAḥmad (Arabic: عيسیٰ نور الـدّين أحمد‎) after his conversion to Islam, was an author of German ancestry born in Basel, Switzerland. He was a spiritual master, philosopher, and metaphysician inspired by the Hindu philosophy of Advaita Vedanta and Sufism and the author of numerous books on religion and spirituality. He was also a poet and a painter.

In this fully revised and amended translation of his masterpiece, philosopher Frithjof Schuon offers readers a deeper understanding of Islam, the world's second largest.

With over one billion believers throughout the globe, Islam remains one of the most misunderstood of the world's great Revelations. In this fully revised and amended translation of his masterpiece, philosopher Frithjof Schuon offers readers a deeper understanding of Islam, the world's second largest religion. Featuring an extensive appendix of previously unpublished materials and detailed editor's notes to aid readers, this book is a must for any collection.