By Daniel G. König
by Islam liable for the Muslim world's boastful and ignorant perspective in the direction of its northern neighbours. This examine refutes this view through focussing at the mechanisms of transmission and reception that characterised the circulate of data among either cultural spheres. by way of explaining how Arabic-Islamic
scholars got and processed facts on medieval Western Europe, it strains the two-fold 'emergence' of Latin-Christian Europe — a sphere that more and more encroached upon the Mediterranean and for that reason grew to become progressively more vital in Arabic-Islamic scholarly literature.
Chapter One questions past interpretations of comparable Arabic-Islamic documents that lessen a wide and differentiated variety of Arabic-Islamic perceptions to a unmarried easy trend subsumed below the keyword phrases 'ignorance', 'indifference', and 'arrogance'. bankruptcy lists channels of transmission by way of which details at the Latin-Christian sphere reached the Arabic-Islamic sphere. bankruptcy 3 offers with the final elements that prompted the reception and presentation of this data
at the fingers of Arabic-Islamic students. Chapters 4 to 8 examine how those students bought and handled details on subject matters corresponding to the western size of the Roman Empire, the Visigoths, the Franks, the papacy and, eventually, Western Europe within the age of Latin-Christian expansionism.
Against this history, bankruptcy 9 offers a concluding re-evaluation.
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