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Ibn Arabi  Term Image (Muḥyi-d-Dīn ibn ‘Arabī al-Hātimī, al-’Andalusī) Script Image
(Language:  Arabic)
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Short Description: (name) Sufi saint (male); expositor of gnosis, born 1165, died 1240.
Long Description: Ash-Shaikh al-Akbar (“The greatest master”). Wrote numerous Sufi treatises of which the most famous is his Fuṣūṣ al-Ḥikam and the most rich in content his Futūḥāt al-Makkiyah.
Source(s): Introduction to Sufi Doctrine (by Titus Burckhardt)
Notes & References: Also called Ibn al-‘Arabī.
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Provided By: Dictionary of Spiritual Terms