„Because Europe was reacting against Islam it belittled the influence of Saracens and exaggerated its dependence on its Greek and Roman heritage. So today an important task for us is to correct this false emphasis and to acknowledge fully our debt to the Arab and Islamic world.“

The influence of Islam on medieval Europe, Edinburgh University Press, 1973, p. 84

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