Ghazali, Abu Mohammed al-

Ghazali, Abu Mohammed al-, Arabian philosopher, born at Tûs, Persia; in 1091 he was appointed professor of Philosophy in Bagdad; four years later he went to Mecca, and subsequently taught at Damascus, Jerusalem, and Alexandria; finally, he returned to his native town and there founded a Sufic college; of his numerous philosophic and religious works the most famous is the “Destruction of the Philosophers,” in which he combats the theories and conclusions of the current Arabian scholasticism (1058-1111).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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