Read Ibn Tufayl, Hayy Ibn Yaqzan: A Philosophical Tale (The University of Chicago Press) and write an essay addressing the following question: The story of Hayy Ibn Yaqzan’s intellectual self-education culminates in a “mystical experience.” What practices does Hayy adopt that lead him to this experience? Why is it that Hayy’s experience cannot be explained, but can only be conveyed in “symbols” by the narrator? Be specific and precise in your answer, providing textual sources for all of your claims. *This is not a research paper. Only use the book, no other sources. Thanks!