In his day, al-Kindi (ca. 805-870) was the only philosopher of pure
Arab descent, and became known as "the philosopher of the Arabs."
He was one of the first Arab scholars interested in a scientific
rather than theological viewpoint, and played a key role in
bringing Greek learning into the orbit of Islam. al-Kindi wrote
over three hundred fifty treatises, for the most part short studies
on special topics in science and philosophy. Nicholas Rescher
assembles this annotated bibliography, listing of over three
hundred items, to assist students and scholars through the maze of
publications related to al-Kindi.
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