Author: Vladimir SolovyovISBN: 954-844-068-7
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It would not be wrong to consider that Russian philosophy has been the philsophy "before" and "after" Vladimir Solovyov (1853-1900). In this sketch he reveals the image of Muhammad in tune with the principles of the Islamic religion. Solovyov approaches the Holy Koran in a way, corresponding to the Muslims' attitude to it as a Book, which must not just be read, but must be experienced. Indeed, for the author, the Koran is the basic source of information about the life of Muhammad and about the early history of Islam. He surmounts the distance of the historian's view and interprets the text showing comprehension, "immersing himself" into the specific features of the spiritual and emotional make-up of the prophet, seemingly sharing in the prophet's initial doubts and later confidence in the prophesying ordained to him.
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