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He has had extensive graduate study in English literature and received degrees in art history, information studies, and philosophy, with a specialization in aesthetics. Tartler, Grete, “The Psychology of Prayer in Ibn Sînâ’s (d. 1037) Epistles on Pilgrimage and Prayer: “Risâla fî ma’nâ l-ziyârati wa kayfiyyati ta’tîrihâ” and “Risâla fî mâhiyyati l-salwa,” Romano-Arabica, 13 (2013): 353-60. He proved the existence of God as the Prime Mover.

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