Carlos Fraenkel is James McGill Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Jewish Studies at McGill University in Montreal. He works on the history of philosophy and religious thought, the philosophy of religion, and political philosophy. His two most recent books are Philosophical Religions from Plato to Spinoza: Reason Religion and Autonomy (2012) and Teaching Plato in Palestine: Philosophy in a Divided World (2015). More on his work can be found at carlosfraenkel.com.
Peter Adamson’s “Philosophy in the Islamic World” marks a revolution: it redraws the map of the history of philosophy in a fundamental way....