Scholar: Ali ibn Ahmed Ibn Hazm

Ibn hazm (994-1064) was an Andalusian poet, polymath, historian, jurist, philosopher and theologian, born in Cordoba, present-day Spain. He was a leading proponent and codifier of the Zahiri school of Islamic thought and produced a reported 400 works of which only 40 still survive, covering a range of topics such as Islamic jurisprudence, history, ethics, comparative religion and theology, as well as The Ring of the Dove, on the art of love.

User Settings

Topic Activity
  • 3

    Topic Questions

  • 2.7k

    Total Questions

2 Answered and 1Unanswered.

Top Writers in this topic
Ahmed_Gamal
 
530.0 Points   5.0

What we provide!

Vote Content

Great answers start with great insights. Content becomes intriguing when it is voted up or down - ensuring the best answers are always at the top.

Multiple Perspectives

Questions are answered by people with a deep interest in the subject. People from around the world review questions, post answers and add comments.

An authoritative community

Be part of and influence the most important global discussion that is defining our generation and generations to come

Join Now !

Update chat message

Message

Delete chat message

Are you sure you want to delete this message?

...