Ibn Masarrah


Ibn Masarrah

Ibn Masarrah ( _ar. ابن مسره), born in Spain on 883CE/269, was a famous Islamic Philosopher . He presented his ideas secretly just to a few students. In the Islamic world he is usually referred to as انباذقلس ثانى. The famous Islamic Gnostic Ibn Arabi often referred to him in his writings.


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