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1 For this dating, see Forster 2006, 11-19. Even if we assume that the Rasā'il Ikhwān al-ṣafā' should be seen as an early 10th century compilation (see de Callataÿ 2014, 262), this dating of the Sirr al-asrār remains valid. 2 See Forster 2006, 108-111. 3 Which one is older, whether one of them developed out of the other or whether they both stem from a common archetype, remains an open question at the moment, see Forster 2006, 20-30. 4 Forster 2006, 91. 5 Forster 2006, 14 and 91. 6 Ghersettidoi:10.1515/9783110642698-014 fatcat:7uq3nmqee5havekpe5f4wve4u4