London: Kegan Paul International, 1999. First edition. Contains The Story of Hayy ibn Yaqzan by Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Tufayl and The efinitive Statement by Abu'l Walid Muhammed ibn Rushd; Translated from the Arabic with an introduction and notes by JimColville; The Kegan Paul Arabia Library, Volume Six; 110 pages.
London: James Madden, 1843. First edition. With an Interwoven Commentary; Translated from the Arabic, Methodically Arranged, and Illustrated by Notes, Chiefly from Sale's Edition: To which is prefixed and Introduction, taken from Sale's Preliminary discouse, with Coorections and Additiona by Edward William Lane.
Bloomington: World Wisdom, 2008. Schuon’s articles on the relationship between Christianity and Islam have profound implications for inter-faith dialogue. Several thought-provoking chapters shed light, from an inward dimension, upon the apparent outward contradictions between these two religions, notably in the field of moral divergences. This new edition is a fully...