Islamic philosophy refers to philosophy produced
in an Islamic society. Islamic philosophy is a generic term that can be defined
and used in different ways. In its broadest sense it means the world view of
Islam, as derived from the Islamic texts concerning the creation of the universe
and the will of the Creator
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