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Avicenna is the greatest philosopher of the Islamic world. His immense impact on Christian and Jewish medieval thought, as well as on the subsequent Islamic tradition, is charted in this volume alongside studies which provide a comprehensive introduction to and analysis of his philosophy. Contributions from leading scholars address a wide range of topics including Avicenna's life and works, conception of philosophy and achievement in logic and medicine. His ideas in the main areas of philosophy, such as epistemology, philosophy of religion and physics, are also analyzed. While serving as a general introduction to Avicenna's thought, this collection of critical essays also represents the cutting edge of scholarship on this most influential philosopher of the medieval era.


'… this volume stands out as a well-structured and comprehensive handbook on Avicenna … a remarkable achievement … each and every essay is an outstanding piece of scholarship, which offers a state-of-the-art presentation of its subject as well as break[ing] new ground and advanc[ing] our knowledge of Avicenna's life, thought, and legacy … the volume is unquestionably a treasure trove of information and a truly indispensable contribution to Avicennian studies … The editor, Peter Adamson, deserves the highest praise for publishing an enlightening and comprehensive handbook on Avicenna that will remain a fundamental point of reference for generations to come.'

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'The collection captures an important moment in the emergent field of modern Avicennian studies, when the grand ‘cartographic’ project is being taken into impressively larger scales.'

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'If we are to make the case for intellectual historians and historians of philosophy to bring Avicenna into a new canon, or to locate him in a curriculum that goes beyond the desire to form canons, this book is a vital offering to that cause … It is hard to quibble with the merits of this volume, and readers interested in Islamic thought, and in particular Islamic philosophy, as well as historians of philosophers will profit from a careful reading, using it to map out possible research trajectories.'

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Sections of the Cure (al-Shifāʾ, also frequently called the Healing in English) and a few other frequently cited works by Avicenna are referred to by short title, as follows:

[Cure: Categories] = Avicenna. 1959. Al-Shifāʾ: Al-Maqūlāt, ed. G. Anawati et al. Cairo: al-Maṭbaʿa l-Amīriyya.
[Cure: Demonstration] = Avicenna. 1956. Al-Shifāʾ: Al-Burhān, ed. A.E. Affifi and I. Madkour. Cairo: al-Maṭbaʿa l-Amīriyya.
[Cure: Interpretation] = Avicenna. 1970. Al-Shifāʾ: Al-ʿIbāra, ed. M. El-Khodeiri and I. Madkour. Cairo: Dar el-Katib al-ʿArabi.
[Cure: Introduction] = Avicenna. 1952. Isagoge: Al-Shifāʾ: Al-Madkhal, ed. G. Anawati, M. El-Khodeiri, F. al-Ahwani, and I. Madkour. Cairo: al-Maṭbaʿa l-Amīriyya.
[Cure: Metaphysics] = Avicenna. 2005. The Metaphysics of the Healing, ed. and tr. M.E. Marmura. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press.
[Cure: Physics] = Avicenna. 2009. The Physics of the Healing, ed. and tr. J. McGinnis. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press.
[Cure: Psychology] = Avicenna. 1959. Avicenna's De Anima, Being the Psychological Part of Kitāb al-Shifāʾ, ed. F. Rahman. Oxford University Press.
[Cure: Syllogism] = Avicenna. 1964. Kitāb al-Qiyās, ed. S. Zayed. Cairo: al-Maṭbaʿa l-Amīriyya.
[Notes] = Avicenna. 1973. Al-Taʿlīqāt, ed. A.R. Badawī. Cairo.
[Pointers] = Avicenna. 1957–60, 1971. 2Al-Ishārāt wa-l-tanbīhāt maʿa Sharḥ Naṣīr al-Dīn al-Ṭūsī. 4 vols., ed. S. Dunya. Cairo: Dār al-Maʿārif.
[Salvationa] = Avicenna. 1938. Al-Najāt, ed. M.D.Ṣ. al-Kurdī. Cairo: Maṭbaʿat al-Saʿāda. (Reprinted Tehran: Murtazavi, 1913.)
[Salvationb] = Avicenna. 1985. Kitāb al-Najāt fī l-ḥikma al-manṭiqiyya wa-l-ṭabīʿiyya wa-l-ilāhiyya, ed. Majid Fakhry. Beirut: Dār al-ʿāfāq al-Jadīda.

Other works by Avicenna

Avicenna. 1508. Avicennae peripatetici philosophi ac medicorum facile primi opera in lucem redacta…, Venetiis, mandata ac sumptibus heredum nobilis viri domini Octaviani Scoti; repr. Frankfurt am Main: Minerva, 1961.
Avicenna. 1593. Kitāb al-Qānūn fī l-ṭibb. Rome: Typographia Medicea.
Avicenna 1629. Ḥikmat-i Bū ʿAl Sīnā, ed. M.ṢḤ.. Māyandarāni.Tehran: n.p.
Avicenna. 1877. Kitāb al-Qānūn fī l-ṭibb. Būlāq.
Avicenna. 1892. Al-Ishārāt wa-l-tanbīhāt (Remarks and Admonitions), ed. J. Forget. Leiden.
Avicenna. 1332 (ah). Panj Risāla, ed. E. Yarshater. Tehran.
Avicenna. 1927. Avicennae De congelatione et conglutinatione lapidum being Sections of the Kitāb Al-Shifāʾ. The Latin and Arabic texts ed. E.J. Holmyard and D.C. Mandeville. Paris: Geuthner.
Avicenna 1947. Marginal Notes on De Anima. In A. Badawī (ed.), Arisṭū ʿinda l-ʿArab. Cairo: Maktabat al-Nahḍa al-Miṣriyya.
Avicenna. 1950. Muʾallafāt Ibn Sīnā, ed. G.C. Anawati. Cairo: Dār al-Maʿārif.
Avicenna. 1951a. Livre des directives et remarques, tr. A.-M. Goichon. Paris: Vrin.
Avicenna. 1951b. Dānishnāmah-yi ʿAlāʾi, ed. M. Murʿīn and S.M. Mishkāt. Tehran: Dānishgāh-yi Tihran.
Avicenna. 1953. Ibn Sina Risāleleri 2: Les opuscules d’Ibn Sina, ed. H.Z. Ülken. Istanbul: Ibrahim Horoz Basimevi.
Avicenna. 1955–8. Le Livre de Science, tr. M. Achena and H. Massé. Paris: Belles Lettres.
Avicenna. 1956. Psychologie d’Ibn Sina (Avicenne) d'après son oeuvre aš-Šifāʾ, ed. J. Bakoš. Prague: Éditions de l’Académie tchécoslovaque des sciences.
Avicenna. 1960. Al-Shifāʾ: Al-Ilāhiyyāt, 2 vols., ed. G. Anawati and S. Zayed. Cairo: al-Maṭbaʿa al-Amīriyya.
Avicenna. 1969. Shifāʾ, al-Samāʾ wa-l-ʿālam, Kawn wa-l-fasād and al-Afʿāl wa-l-infiʿālāt, ed. M. Qāsim. Cairo: Dār al-Kātib al-ʿArabi.
Avicenna. 1973. The Propositional Logic of Avicenna: A Translation from al-Shifāʾ: al-Qiyās with Introduction, Commentary and Glossary, tr. N. Shehaby. Dordrecht.
Avicenna. 1974. Kitāb al-Hidāya, ed. M. ʿAbduh. Cairo: Maktabat al-Qāhira al-Ḥāditha.
Avicenna. 1981–96. Al-Qānūn fī l-Ṭibb, 5 vols. New Delhi: Maʿhad tāʾrīkh al-ṭibb wa-l-ʾabḥāth al-ṭibbiyya.
Avicenna. 1982. Al-Ḥikma al-mashriqiyya, ed. S. Najjār. Beirut: Dār al-Ḥadātha.
Avicenna. 1984. Remarks and Admonitions. Part One: Logic, tr. S.D. Inati. Toronto.
Avicenna. 1989. Tisʿ Rasāʾil fī l-ḥikma wa-l-ṭabīʿiyyāt, 2nd edn. Cairo: Dār al-ʿArab li-l-Bustānī.
Avicenna. 1993–. Al-Qānūn fī l-ṭibb: English Translation of the Critical Arabic Text. 5 (?) vols. New Delhi: Deptt. [sic.] of Islamic Studies, Jamia Hamdard.
Avicenna. 1999. Poema de la medicina = ʾUrjūza fī l-ṭibb, ed. N.S. Jabary and P. Salamanca. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Educación y Cultura.
Avicenna. 2000. Ibn Sīnā. Lettre au vizir Abū Saʿd, tr. Y. Michot. Beirut: Dar al-Bouraq.
Avicenna. 2001. Kitāb Dafʿ al-maḍārr al-kulliyya ʿan al-abdān al-insāniyya. Beirut: Dār al-Kutub al-ʿIlmiyya.
Avicenna. 2007. Avicenna, Libro della guarigione: le cose divine, tr. A. Bertolacci. Torino: Utet.
Avicenna. 2011. Avicenna's Deliverance: Logic, tr. A.Q. Ahmed. Karachi: Oxford University Press.
Avicenna-Bīrūnī. 1995. Al-Asʾila wa-l-ajwiba, ed. M. Mohaghegh and S.H. Nasr. Kuala Lumpur: ISTAC.
AvicennaLatinus. 1968. Liber de Anima seu Sextus de Naturalibus, IV–V. Édition critique par S. Van Riet. Introduction par G. Verbeke. Louvain-Leiden: Peeters-Brill.
AvicennaLatinus. 1977. Liber de Philosophia prima sive Scientia divina, I–IV. Édition critique par S. Van Riet. Introduction par G. Verbeke. Louvain-Leiden: Peeters-Brill.
AvicennaLatinus. 1994. Codices, descr. M.-T. d’Alverny, S. Van Riet and P. Jodogne. Louvain-Leiden: Peeters-Brill.

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