Tahafut-Al-Falasifah,. Incoherence of the Philosophers. Ghazali
Al-Ghazali’s relationship with philosophy is subtle and complicated. The philosophy represented by AL-FARABI and IBN SINA (Avicenna) is, for al-Ghazali, not simply an object of criticism but also an important component of his own learning.
Imam Ghazali studied philosophy intensively while in Baghdad, composing Maqasid al falasifa (The Intentions of the Philosophers), and then criticizing it in his Tahafut al falasifa (The Incoherence of the Philosophers).
This book was considered a turning point in Islamic history, it is generally thought that from this point onwards philosophy in the Islamic world went on the decline after receiving such a crushing blow from religion in the form of al-Ghazalis writings.
This translation is well written and presented in an English that is fairly easy to understand
Tahafut-Al-Falasifah - Incoherence of the Philosophers
By Imam Al-Ghazali
Translated By Sahib Ahmad Kamali
Edited By Prof Ehsan Ashraf
Paperback - 270 Pages (Year: 2007)
Published In India (English Only Version)