IBN HAZM THE RING OF THE DOVE PDF

Kagaran Ring of the Dove When you hold back the iron in your hand it is no longer attracted to the magnet, because the force it possesses is not sufficient to overcome the stronger force holding it back. All this is accomplished by means of verbal allusions, which to the uninitiated hearer appear to convey a meaning quite other to that intended by the lovers; he replies in terms entirely different from the true purport of the exchanges, following the impression which his imagination forms on the basis of what his ears have picked up. In none of the other sorts of love does anything like this happen: Precisely the same hamz is to be found in the case of Hatred: He is content, to justify His claim that he has chosen well, Upon a logic to rely That has some substance, truth to tell. Take this then for a sure test, a universally valid experiment: When Ibn Hazm, the author of the book here translated, was born on 7 NovemberIslam had been established in Andalusia for nearly three hundred years.

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It is a youth work by this famous Andalusian poet, philosopher, jurist and scholar of comparative religion. In thirty chapters Ibn Hazm treats thirty moments or personages that are of relevance to love relationships, such as the signs of love, love at first sight, amorous allusions, correpondence between lovers, the messenger between the lovers, being together, fidelity and unfidelity, separation, death.

Ibn Hazm alternates from theoritical observations to anecdotes of daily life and he ornates his essays with an abundance of appropriate poetry. The Ring of the Dove has been preserved in only one manuscript, which is, since , part of the Oriental collections of Leiden University Library where it is registered as Or. It was copied in CE, most probably in Egypt or Syria, from an original that is now lost.

The manuscript was first acquired in Istanbul in the middle of the 17th century by the learned and bibliophile Dutch ambassador to the Sublime Porte, Levinus Warner After his death his entire collection of books and manuscripts came to Leiden. The first edition of the Arabic text was made by the Russian D. Before that R. Dozy had already published several fragments. All later editions and the numerous translations of the book are directly, or, mostly, indirectly based on the Leiden manuscript.

Together they are proof to the fact that Ibn Hazm in his book on love and lovers treats themes that are for all humans in all times.

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IBN HAZM THE RING OF THE DOVE PDF

It is a youth work by this famous Andalusian poet, philosopher, jurist and scholar of comparative religion. In thirty chapters Ibn Hazm treats thirty moments or personages that are of relevance to love relationships, such as the signs of love, love at first sight, amorous allusions, correpondence between lovers, the messenger between the lovers, being together, fidelity and unfidelity, separation, death. Ibn Hazm alternates from theoritical observations to anecdotes of daily life and he ornates his essays with an abundance of appropriate poetry. The Ring of the Dove has been preserved in only one manuscript, which is, since , part of the Oriental collections of Leiden University Library where it is registered as Or. It was copied in CE, most probably in Egypt or Syria, from an original that is now lost. The manuscript was first acquired in Istanbul in the middle of the 17th century by the learned and bibliophile Dutch ambassador to the Sublime Porte, Levinus Warner After his death his entire collection of books and manuscripts came to Leiden.

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Experiences in the surroundings of the harem made an indelible impression upon him. A bloody civil war ensued and continued until , when the caliphate was abolished and a large number of petty states replaced any semblance of a centralized political structure. According to one of his sons, he produced some 80, pages of writing, comprising about works. Less than 40 of these works are still extant.

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The main invasion followed a year later; Tariq Ibn Ziyad, a Berber by birth, brought over from the African side of the narrows a comparatively small army which sufficed to overthrow Roderick the Visigoth and to supplant the Cross by the Crescent; he gave his name to that famous Rock of Gibraltar Jabal Tariq, the Mountain of Tariq , which has been disputed by so many conquerors down the ages, and over which the British flag has fluttered since the early years of the eighteenth century. When Ibn Hazm, the author of the book here translated, was born on 7 November , Islam had been established in Andalusia for nearly three hundred years. The two centuries which followed the inauguration of the Western Caliphate witnessed the rise of a brilliant civilization and culture which have left an ineradicable impress on the peninsula, embodied in so many fine Moorish buildings; the Cathedral Mosque of Cordova, founded in , mentioned several times in the pages of this book, was converted into a Christian cathedral by Ferdinand III in , but its familiar name " La Mesquita " still recalls the purpose for which it was originally erected. Being the son of such a man, to whom he always refers as " the late vizier ", Ibn Hazm enjoyed a happy though secluded childhood, and the advantages of an excellent education; he tells us that most of his early teachers were women.

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