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Islamisches Bilderverbot vom Mittel- bis ins Digitalzeitalter.(Book review): An article from: Philosophy East and West [HTML] [Digital]

Richard McGregor

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Islamisches Bilderverbot vom Mittel- bis ins Digitalzeitalter. By A. Ibric. Wien: LIT Verlag GmbH, 2006. Pp. 120.

Islamisches Bilderverbot vom Mittel- bis ins Digitalzeitalter by Almir Ibric is a contribution to a small but growing literature in the long-neglected area of Islamic aesthetics. The author has attempted to establish grounds for a philosophical treatment of the Islamic prohibition of images (Bilderverbot). His task is problematic, due in large part to the absence of such treatments within the tradition itself. Of course this is not to say that Islam is lacking in art, imagery, or aesthetic sensibility, but simply that a systematic reflection on the nature and function of such things is absent. Ibric's efforts draw on material from...

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