The present article sheds light on pre- or early-modern spaces of reception of Ibn Taymiyya's thought (that is from the late 14th to the early 17th century). In the course of this study, I provide a survey and discuss evidence of the reception of Ibn Taymiyya between the second half of the 14th century up to the early 17th century in different regional contexts and intellectual environments. The materials presented here are not meant to be exhaustive. Tracing and making sense of all the pre-/early-modern trajectories of Ibn Taymiyya's reception go beyond the effort of a single - even if long - essay, but the occurrences that surface here are - I think - representative of an important feature of this reception: namely, its heterogeneity and selectivity.

Ibn Taymiyya (14thto 17thcentury): Transregional spaces of reading and reception

Bori, Caterina
2018

Abstract

The present article sheds light on pre- or early-modern spaces of reception of Ibn Taymiyya's thought (that is from the late 14th to the early 17th century). In the course of this study, I provide a survey and discuss evidence of the reception of Ibn Taymiyya between the second half of the 14th century up to the early 17th century in different regional contexts and intellectual environments. The materials presented here are not meant to be exhaustive. Tracing and making sense of all the pre-/early-modern trajectories of Ibn Taymiyya's reception go beyond the effort of a single - even if long - essay, but the occurrences that surface here are - I think - representative of an important feature of this reception: namely, its heterogeneity and selectivity.
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