Author: Claude Addas
Publisher: Islamic Texts Society (UK)
Pages: 100 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This is concise introduction to the life and the thought of Ibn Arabi who is considered as the `Greatest of Sufi Masters’. Written by the author of a best-selling biography of Ibn Arabi : the voyage of no return traces the major events of Ibn Arabi’s life: his conversion to Sufism; his travels around Andalusia and the
Maghreb; his meeting with the saints of his time; his travels in to Egypt, his journey to Mecca, Palestine,
Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Syria.
Claude Addas is a scholar of Ibn Arabi and the author of Quest for the Red Sulphur: the life of Ibn Arabi (published by the Islamic Texts Society, 1993).
The Islamic Texts Society’s Muslim Personalized Series is dedicated to the lives, ideas and writing of Muslims who have contributed to Islamic thought throughout the centuries.