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Mohammad Abed Al-Jabri

Mohammed Abed al Jabri was born in Figuig (Morocco) and is one of the most famous Arab philosophers. After studying in Damascus and Rabat, he specialised in Arab-Islamic thought. Amongst his most famous publications we may list Critique de la Raison Arabe, 4 volumes (1982-1990). Presentations of this work have been published in French (Introduction à la Critique de la Raison Arabe, La Découverte, Paris, 1995) and in English (Arab-Islamic Philosophy. A Contemporary Critique, Texas University, 1999). He died in Casablanca on 3 May 2010.

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