1. Yahya Michot, ''Textes spirituels d'Ibn Taymiyya, XVI: La realite de l'amour (mahabba) de Dieu et de l'homme (suite)'', Le Musulman 29 (1998), p. 25. See also Fritz Meier, ''The cleanest about predestination: a bit of Ibn Taymiyya'', Essays on Islamic Piety and Mysticism, tr. John O'Kane with the editorial assistance of Bernd Radtke (Leiden, 1999), PP. 309-34.

2. Yahya Michot (tr.), Ibn Taymiyya: Lettre a Abu l-Fida' (Louvain-la-Neuve, 1994), p. 48.

4. Muhammad Muhsin Khan, The Translation of the Meanings of Sahih Al-Bukhari, 9 vols. (Beirut, 1405/1985), 1, p. 3.

6. See Shahab Ahmed, ''Ibn Taymiyyah and the satanic verses'', Stadia Islamica 87 (1998), pp. 67-124.

7. See Yahya Michot, La destinee de l'homme selon Avicenne: Le retour a Dieu (ma'ad) et l'imagination (Louvain, 1986), pp. 133-58.

8. Adonis, La prière et l'epee: Essais sur la culture arabe (Paris, 1993), p. 111.

9. Al-Ghazalï, The Book of Knowledge, tr. N. A. Faris (Lahore, 1961), p. 39.

10. For both references, see Yahya Michot, ''A Mamluk theologian's commentary on Avicenna's Risala Adhawiyya: being a translation of a part of the Dar'al-Ta'arud of Ibn Taymiyya, with introduction, annotation, and appendices'', Part II, Journal of Islamic Studies 14/3 (2003), p. 344.

11. See Pierre Lory, La science des lettres en Islam (Paris, 2004).

12. Michot, ''A Mamluk theologian's commentary'', pp. 173-7.

13. William A. Graham, Divine Word and Prophetic Word in Early Islam: A Reconsideration of the Sources, with Special reference to the Divine Saying or Hadïth Qudsï (The Hague and Paris, 1977), p. 205.

16. See Yahya Michot, ''Textes spirituels d'Ibn Taymiyya, XII: Mongols et Mamluks: l'etat du monde musulman vers 709/1310 (suite)'', Le Musulman 25 (1995), p. 30.

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