Abū 'Alī Muḥammad al-Jubbā'ī (Arabic: أبو على محمد الجبائي; died c. 915) was a Persian Mu'tazili theologian and philosopher of the 10th century. Born in Khuzistan, he studied in Basra where he trained Abu al-Hasan al-Ash'ari, who went on to found his own theological tradition, and his son Abū Hāshīm al-Jubbā'ī.
- The Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy, Volume II, ed. Robert Passnau (2010), p.918
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