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Dictionary of Islamic Philosophical Terms

Dictionary of Islamic Philosophical Terms

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Thales (c.640 -c. 546 B.C.), the first who made name as a philosopher in Greek philosophy. See Thalis al-
Malti
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Tajalli

Manifestation, theophany (Ibn 'Arabi). (AnAc)

Tajalliyat

Manifestations, theophanies (Ibn 'Arabi). (AnAc)

Tajrid

Catharsis, separation (from imperfections). (AnAc)

Tajsim al-a‘mal

"Corporealisation or embodiment of actions", the view in Muslim eschatology that man’s god or bad
deeds would appear in life after death in bodily forms, beautiful or ugly, and bear witness for or against

http://www.muslimphilosophy.com/pd/d-3.htm (2 of 9) [9/3/2002 12:09:36 PM]

DIPT:-Taa

him.

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