Imam Dhahabi's last view on Shayk al-Akbar Ibn Arabi (rah)
I have came across this information while reading the book "Ibn 'Arabi in the Later Islamic Tradition: The Making of a Polemical Image in Medieval Islam " by Alexander Knysh. He quotes Imam Dhahabi from "History of Islam" as:
Reference: Al-Dhahabi. Ta'rikh, tab. 64. pp.358-359.
Ibn al-Arabi was characterized by such qualities as eloquence, acumen, good memory, mastery in Sufism, and proficiency in esoteric knowledge ('irfan). If it had not been for ecstatic utterances in his speech, he would certainly have been [approved] by scholarly consensus. His slips of the tongue may have occurred in a state of ecstatic intoxication and mystical rapture. Therefore we wish him a favorable [outcome in the Hereafter].
The author claims that Tarikh was written at the later stage of Imam Dhahabi's life. How true the quotation is?
Can any one get me the arabic source of this?