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Religion/al-Farabi/Höffe: The religions (...) have the task of bringing the same truth [of philosophy] to ordinary people, the non-philosophers, in parables and symbols. For them, each political community (umma) has its own tradition, which results in a remarkable tolerance: Because of the diversity of their cultural context, each community expresses its beliefs in different parables and symbols, and therefore different religions.
According to this, there can be excellent nations and excellent cities, which, despite different religions, claim the same happiness and pursue exactly the same goals(1).


1. al-Farabi, On the perfect state, chap.17, § 2.


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al-Farabi
Höffe I
Otfried Höffe
Geschichte des politischen Denkens München 2016


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