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Walter of Chatillon's "Alexandreis" Book 10: A Commentary

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Brague, Rémi, “La ruse divine (talattuf): Quelques textes nouveaux,” in Adaptations and Innovations, pp. 17-26 [Averroes, al-Ghazâlî, Ikhwân]. -------, La loi de Dieu. Custom should be followed only because it is custom, and not because it is reasonable or just. Candidates for government positions had to pass examinations on Confucian thought, and Confucianism formed the basis for government decisions. He combines these in a vision of the sovereignty of God, then goes on to define this sovereignty in political terms, affirming that “God alone is the sovereign” (The Islamic Way of Life).

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