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Ibn Sab'īn (Arabic: محمدبن عبدالحق بن سبعين‎ ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq b. Sabʿīn al-Mursī) was an Arab Sufi philosopher, the last philosopher of the Andalus in the west land of Islamic world. He was born in 1217 in Spain and lived in Ceuta. He was known for his replies to questions sent to him by Frederick II, ruler of Sicily. He died in 1271 in Mecca. He was also known for his knowledge of the "hidden sciences" and was well versed in knowledge of Islam and of other religions. His school is a combination of philosophical and Gnostic thoughts.

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  • عبد الحق بن سبعين (614 هـ - 9 شوال 669 هـ / 1217 - 1269) فيلسوف متصوف أندلسي. اشتهر برسالته المسائل الصقلية، والتي كانت عبارة عن اجوبة لأسئلة ارسلها الإمبراطور فريدريك الثاني إلى الدولة الموحدية. انتشر صيته في أوروبا في عصره، فذكره البابا وتحدث عنه حيث قال: "إنه ليس للمسلمين اليوم أعلم باللهمنه." تعتبر فلسفته أحد المنعطفات الفكرية والإضافات التي عمَّقت طريق البحث الفلسفي ضمن إطار الدين.
  • Abu Mohammed Abd el-Hakh Ibn Sab'in (bahasa Arab: محمدبن عبدالحق بن سبعين‎) adalah seorang filsuf Sufi Arab dan filsuf terakhir dari Andalus di wilayah barat dunia Islam. Ia lahir pada 1217 di Spanyol dan tinggal di Ceuta. Ia dikenal karena jawaban-jawabannya terhadap pertanyaan-pertanyaan yang dikirimkan kepadanya oleh Frederick II, penguasa Sisilia. Ia wafat pada 1271 di Makkah. Ia juga dikenal karena pengetahuannya tentang agama-agama (Yahudi, Kristen bahkan juga Hindu dan Zoroastrian) dan "ilmu-ilmu tersembunyi"
  • Ibn Sab'in, mit vollständigem Namen Mohammad Ibn Abd-al-Haq Ibn Sab’in (arabisch محمدبن عبدالحق بن سبعين, * ca. 1217 in Murcia; † 1271 in Mekka), war ein arabischer Sufi Philosoph, Aristoteliker und Mystiker und war der letzte islamische Philosoph in Andalusien. Er selbst nannte sich Ibn Dāra. Eine zweisprachige Ausgabe Arabisch-Deutsch des Werks Die Sizilianischen Fragen ist in der ersten Serie der Herders Bibliothek der Philosophie des Mittelalters (Band 2) erschienen.
  • Abdalḥaqq b Ibrāhim Ibn Sab'īn (Murcia, 1217- La Meca, 1270) fue un maestro sufí natural de al-Ándalus y filósofo neoplatónico.​ Él mismo se autodenominaba Ibn Dāra.Cuando tenía unos 30 años, fue forzado a abandonar su tierra y se asentó en Ceuta. De este tiempo es su obra más conocida, las .​ Debido a la suficiente fama que tenía en ese momento, el gobernador de Ceuta le encargó la respuesta de una serie de preguntas filosóficas que el emperador Federico II le había hecho al sultán almohade . Aunque este es el planteamiento que aparece en la introducción de las Cuestiones Sicilianas, parece ser realmente se trate de un manual de filosofía para estudiantes.​
  • Ibn Sab'īn (Arabic: محمدبن عبدالحق بن سبعين‎ ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq b. Sabʿīn al-Mursī) was an Arab Sufi philosopher, the last philosopher of the Andalus in the west land of Islamic world. He was born in 1217 in Spain and lived in Ceuta. He was known for his replies to questions sent to him by Frederick II, ruler of Sicily. He died in 1271 in Mecca. He was also known for his knowledge of the "hidden sciences" and was well versed in knowledge of Islam and of other religions. His school is a combination of philosophical and Gnostic thoughts.
  • Ibn Sab'în, de son nom complet Mohammad Ibn Abd-al-Haq Ibn Sab’in (arabe : محمدبن عبدالحق بن سبعين), né à Murcie en al-Andalus (actuelle Espagne) en 1216 ou 1217 et mort à La Mecque en 1269 ou 1271, est l'un des éminents philosophes et mystiques soufis de l'Andalousie du XIIIe siècle. Il vécut à Ceuta où il fut accusé d'hétérodoxie, il part à Bejaia où le mystique al-Shustari devient son disciple ; puis à Tunis, où il est encore suspecté. Il ira finir ses jours à La Mecque.
  • Abū Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq ibn Ibrāhīm ibn Muḥammad ibn Naṣr, al-Makkī al-Mursī Quṭb al-Dīn Quṭb al-Dīn (= Polo della religione è un impegnativo laqab attribuitogli da fonti orientali. (in arabo: محمد بن عبدالله بن سبعين‎, meglio noto come Ibn Sabʿīn – "[figlio] di settanta" – o Ibn Dāra – "[figlio] dello zero" o "del circolo"; Murcia, 1216-1217 – La Mecca, 1270 circa, è stato un mistico e filosofo arabo, di ispirazione sufi, la cui figura intellettuale fu sempre accompagnata dal sospetto di eterodossia e da una divaricazione di giudizi che spaziavano dall'esaltazione al disprezzo, fino a indurlo, secondo una certa tradizione, all'estrema scelta del suicidio.
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