Ibn Masarra

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Abu 'Abd Allah Muhammad b. 'Abd Allah b. Masarra b. Najih al-Jabali (Arabic: أبو عبد الله محمد بن عبد الله بن مسرة بن نجيح الجبلي‎) (883–931), was an Andalusi Muslim ascetic and scholar. He is considered one of the first Sufis as well as one of the first philosophers of Al-Andalus.

He is believed to be a muladi.[1]


  • Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Oliver Leaman, History of Islamic philosophy, Routledge, 1996, Chapter 20, p. 277-293 [1] retrieved on 23-07-2010
  • Asín Palacios, M. (1972) The Mystical Philosophy of Ibn Masarra and His Followers, trans. E.H. Douglas and H.W. Yoder, Leiden: Brill.
  • Caterina A. Rossi, Il trono - Ibn Masarrah di Cordoba (883-931), il proto-filosofo arabo d'Andalusia, 2012, Moro Editore
  • Chopra, R.M., "SUFISM", 2016, Anuradha Prakashan, New Delhi. ISBN 978-93-85083-52-5.

External links

  • Ibn-Masarra at muslimphilosophy.com

  1. ^ Laet, Sigfried J. de (1994). History of Humanity: From the seventh to the sixteenth century. UNESCO. ISBN 9789231028137.
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