BOOK REVIEWS. Imaginal Worlds: lbn Al-‘ArabT and the Problem of Religious Diversity. By WILLIAM C. CHITTICK. Albany: State University of New York Press. In Imaginal Worlds William Chittick brings together revised versions of essays originally written between and To a large extent the book recapitulates. Imaginal Worlds: Ibn Al-àrabi and the Problem of. Religious Diversity SUNY Series in Islam Chittick, William C. State University of New York Press
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