Ibn Hazm - I bn H azm: Ab Mu ammad Al ibn A mad ibn Sad ibn...

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Ibn Hazm: Ab Mu ammad Al ibn A mad ibn Sa d ibn ū ʿ ī ʿī was an Andalusian - Arab philosopher , litterateur , psychologist , historian , jurist and theologian born in Córdoba , present-day Spain . He was a leading proponent of the Zahiri school of Islamic thought and produced a reported 400 works of which only 40 still survive, covering a range of topics such as Islamic jurisprudence , logic , history , ethics , comparative religion , and theology , as well as the The Ring of the Dove , on the art of love. Ibn Hazm was born into a notable family. His grandfather Sa'id and his father Ahmad both held high positions in the court of the Umayyad Caliph Hisham II and were said to be of Persian descent. Ibn Hazm served as a minister in the Umayyad government, under the Caliphs of Córdoba , and was known to have worked under Al-Mansur Ibn Abi Aamir , Hajib ( Grand Vizier ) to the last of the Ummayad caliphs, Hisham III . From the death of the grand vizier al-Muzaffar in 1008, however, the Caliphate of Cordoba became
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