• History of Science
    introduction of clinical pharmacology[57]. Some of the other famous scientists from the Islamic world include al-Farabi (polymath), Abu al-Qasim (pioneer of surgery),[58] Abū RayhānMaghreb al-Bīrūnī (pioneer of Indology,[59] geodesy and anthropology),[60] Nasīr al-Dīn al-Tūsī (polymath), and Ibn Khaldun...
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  • mr assaf
    Al-Ghazali there was a powerful backlash against Hellenistic thought • Islamic philosophers such as al-Farabi and Avicenna had made detailed study of the Greek philosophers • Gone to great lengths to show that their thinking was compatible with Islam • By the time of Al-Ghazali there was...
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  • Figures of Speech
    glistening jewels." Metaphor may also be used for any rhetorical figures of speech that achieve their effects via association, comparison or resemblance. In this broader sense, antithesis, hyperbole, metonymy and simile would all be considered types of metaphor. Aristotle used both this sense and the...
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  • Test 1 Study Guide
    Doesn’t think that is the way to gain information about the world Aristotle Student of Plato Observation=knowledge Every effect has a cause, and science figures out that cause Considered the first scientist Euclid (-300BC) Alexandria, Egypt Published book Elements for geometry...
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  • Aristotle Theory
    , and return good to one’s benefactors (Pol. III.16.1287b5–8; EN X.9.1180b4; cf. Pseudo-Aristotle, Rhet. Al. 1.1421b35–1422a1). But he also distinguishes between unwritten law and written law (Pol. VI.5.1319b40; EN X.9.1180a35; Rhet. I.10.1368b7, I.13.1373b4). He also uses nomos more loosely for...
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  • The Lord of the Ring
    , however: he was the First of all beings. A Greek Christian brought up on the mystical philosophy of Denys the Areopagite would have objected to a theory that simply made God another being, albeit of a superior nature. But al-Farabi stayed close to Aristotle. He did not believe that God had...
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  • Economics
    The Prehistory of Modern Economic Thought: The Aristotle in Austrian Theory Abstract: Hesiod, Democritus, Xenophon, and Aristotle provided significant insights into economic theory through praxeological deduction. Stoic thought presents a coherent notion of natural law. Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Pao...
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  • Role of Politics
    of Muhammad. However, in the Western thought, it is generally supposed that it was a specific area peculiar merely to the great philosophers of Islam: al-Kindi (Alkindus), al-Farabi (Abunaser), İbn Sina (Avicenna), Ibn Bajjah (Avempace), Ibn Rushd (Averroes), and Ibn Khaldun. The political...
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  • The Great Muslim Scientist of All the Time
    Qurra (Thebit) o Sinan ibn Thabit o Ibrahim ibn Sinan * Al-Majriti * Muhammad ibn Jābir al-Harrānī al-Battānī (Albatenius) * Al-Farabi (Abunaser) * Abd Al-Rahman Al Sufi * Abu Sa'id Gorgani * Kushyar ibn Labban * Abū Ja'far al-Khāzin * Al-Mahani * Al-Marwazi * Al-Nayrizi * Al-Saghani...
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  • Machiavelli the Prince
    of al Farabi we can see that before Machiavelli philosophers believed that people and rulers always should follow virtues, they believed that if a prince has only positive characteristics, then an area under his power will always be developing and prospering, and in opposite if ruler has any vices...
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  • Trigonometry Dudes
    Aristotle, regard him as the first philosopher in the Greek tradition. - The Greeks often explained natural phenomena by reference to the will of gods and heroes. Thales, however, aimed to explain natural phenomena through referencing natural processes themselves. For example, Thales attempted to...
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  • Research
    Baranal IV-Aristotle Taguig Science High School Hagonoy, Taguig City Oliver A. Lahorra Research Teacher INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Insect transmitted disease remains a major source of death worldwide. Mosquitoes are important vectors of several tropical diseases...
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  • Origins of Learning Theories
    homogeneity does not arise. Classical conditioning works by the Russian Pavlov and the operant conditioning theory by skinner and forms the simplest clear conceptualization to understanding behaviorism. Behaviorism is founded in empiricism philosophy by Aristotle. The pillar of this theory is that learning...
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  • Explain the distinction Jean Grimshaw makes between misogyny and philosophically significant ‘maleness’ of philosophical theories.
    is when Aristotle’s misogynistic persona compares women to slaves by the functioning of their lives. Aristotle states that the life of a slave is simply a means to an end, by serving their master as a free man, and the woman’s role was similarly functional, in which to produce heirs. However, these...
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  • Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar
    Ancient history is full of conquerors that can be attributed as excellent commanders, but none can compare the might of Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar. For one conquered the whole of the then known world and the other laid the foundations of the mighty Roman Empire. Although Alexander and...
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  • Academic Phrasebank
    surveyed ....... So far this method has only been applied to ...... Several studies have produced estimates of X (Smith, 2002; Jones, 2003), but there is still insufficient data for ..... However, there have been no controlled studies which compare differences in ...... The experimental data are...
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  • Hideki Yukawa
    , under the Pre-Socratic Philosophy, and was continued by Plato and Aristotle, whose view held sway for the millennium. During the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the concept of experimental science, the counterpointto theory, began with scholars such as Ibn al-Haytham and Francis Bacon. The great...
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  • The Idea Leader
    to send troops into a country just because one person complains; he has to make sure that there is a legitimate reason. If he did this then he wouldn’t be effective, but causing more troubles. Al- Farabi talks about the city being a body and the ruling organ being the most perfect, the organ that...
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  • Government
    instance that it was once thought that it is fine to have one thing dictate others, while the others only strive to perform their functions. It was thought that “The heart comes to be first and becomes then the cause of the existence of the other organs and limbs of the body… (Al-Farabi 172),” but...
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  • The Creation of Man
     CENTRE FOR FOUNDATION STUDIES BASIC THEMES OF AL-QUR’AN (FIM1233) THE CREATION OF MAN. NAME OF LECTURER : USTAZ MUHADIR HJ. JOLL. GROUP MEMBERS : NAME : NUR ADILAH BT ABD. HALIM NAME : NORMURNI BT ITHNIN NAME : NUR AISHAH BT ZAINAL TABLE OF CONTENT NO. TITLE...
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