Ibn Sina Essays and Term Papers

  • Shah Waliullah Muhaddith

    memorising, understanding and conviction. The way the child relates to the world at large occupies a large concern in Al-Ghazali’s mind. In concert with Ibn Al-Hajj, he stresses amongst others that a child must not boast about his father’s wealth, and must be polite and attentive to all. He should be taught...

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  • Phd Philosophical Science

    from the Ibn-e- Sina’s Point of View and its Existence proving. Zahra Hassani Department of Islamic Education, Astara Branch, Islamic Azad University, Astara, Iran. Faranak Pousti Department of Islamic Education, Astatra Branch, Islamic Azad University, Astara, Iran Abstract: Ibn-e-Sina‟s self-knowledge...

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  • Application of Forcasting Tools and Techniques on the Ibn Sina

    Submission Date 1/29/2011 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE UNIVERSITY OF DHAKA A TERM PAPER ON Application of Forcasting Tools & techniques on the Ibn sina Business Forecasting F-308 Submitted To Sheikh Tanzila Deepty Course Instructor Department of Finance Faculty of Business Studies University...

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  • Profitability of Listed Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: an Inter & Intra Comparison of Ambee & Ibn Sina Companies Ltd

    PROFITABILITY OF LISTED PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN BANGLADESH: AN INTER & INTRA COMPARISON OF AMBEE & IBN SINA COMPANIES LTD NIMALATHASAN, B* Abstract: The pharmaceutical market of Bangladesh very much dynamic and competitive and is comparable to those of developed countries. It is a matter of great...

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  • Ibn Sinha Hospital

    many difficulty for complete this assignment. We hope everyone like our assignment. Executive Summary The Ibn Sina Clinic was conceived to offer specialists’ consultation, diagnostics, preventive health checks and pharmacy services under-one-roof. Convenience,...

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  • Arabic Hestory

    Ibn Sina Ibn Sina is a renowned philosopher in the Hellenistic Islamic customs that prevailed in the medieval era. Sina’s philosophical theory on traditional Islamic practices is an all-inclusive and rational description of God as well as human nature. Ibn Sina, also popularly known as Avicenna, was...

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  • When Asia Was the World

    the beginning, Asia has always had a huge impact on the history of the world. Without contributions from caliphs like Ibn Fadlan, traders like Abraham bin Yuji, and nobles such as Ibn Battuta, our world would be very different today. Xuanzang, a Buddhist monk, fled his Chinese monastery illegally to travel...

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  • Aristotelianism in Islamic Philosophy

    al-Farabi rediscovered a 'purer' version in the tenth century. In an allusion to his dependence on Aristotle, al-Farabi was called the Second Teacher. Ibn Rushd, known in the West as Averroes, was the last great Arabophone commentator on Aristotle, writing numerous treatises on his works. A careful examination...

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  • Contributions of Ibn Sina to Biotechnology

     Ibn Sina: Discoveries and Contributions to Biotechnology Ibn Sinas discoveries and contributions to biotechnology Ibn Sina, known in the West as Avicenna, contributed to the advancement of biotechnology through his important discoveries which were among some of the major contributors to...

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  • Ibn Sina/Avicenna

    Ibn Sina’s renown brought him the title ‘the leading eminent scholar’ (al-Shayk al Ra’is). Discuss the significance of his philosophical ideas with special focus on his distinction between his essence and existence, and its role in his proof for God as the necessary existent.’ Ibn Sina, or Avicenna...

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  • Canon of Medicine

    description of contagious diseases and sexually transmitted diseases,[46] quarantine to limit the spread of infectious diseases, and testing of medicines. Ibn Sīnā adopted, from the Greeks, the theory that epidemics are caused by pollution in the air (miasma).[47] It classifies and describes diseases, and outlines...

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  • Ibn Sina

    Introduction Ibn sina is Abu Ali Al Hassan ibn Abdullah ibn sina . He was Born in Bukhara.A muslim doctor from Bukhara He known to mediecine and philosophy and worked with them . He was wrote 200 books about many topics His death The diseas hit his body and it was said that he was sick for...

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  • Ibn Sina History 362

    History 362 Ibn Sina: His Influences and Philosophies Abu ‘Ali Ibn Sina also known in Latin throughout Europe as Avicenna (ca. 980- 1037 CE) was a highly regarded physician, philosopher, mathematician, astronomer and minister. Born in the Afshana province of Bukhara, during his lifetime Sina was considered...

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  • Hume about natural religion and how to connected to other authors

    faith rather to follow false traditional connection represented by reasoning and monotheism. Hume and Ibn Sina, both philosophers considered topic of God; but the difference is that, Ibn Sina was concentrated on providing decisive evidence of existence of God, while Hume was trying to understand the...

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  • Islamic Philosophy

    philosophers. In this paper, the three Muslim philosophers would be discussed as of their views and works of the existence of God, namely, Ibn Rushd (Averroes), Ibn Sina (Avicenna) and Al Farabi. Al Farabi (c.870-950), known as the Second Teacher was highly saturated with Aristotelianism and Neo-Platonism...

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  • Productivity & Profitability Analysis and Empirical Evaluation

    | | 1.7 Limitations of the study | 11 | Chapter 2 | 2. Organizational Overview | 12 | | 2.1 Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd | 13 | | 2.2 IBN SINA Pharmaceuticals Ltd | 14 | | 2.3 Alltex Textiles Ltd | 14 | Chapter 3 | 3. Literature Review | 15 | | 3.1 Profitability | 16 | | 3.2...

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  • Paksa

    ------------------------------------------------- Avicenna (Ibn Sina) (c.980—1037) Abu ‘Ali al-Husayn ibn Sina is better known in Europe by the Latinized name “Avicenna.” He is probably the most significant philosopher in the Islamic tradition and arguably the most influential philosopher of the pre-modern...

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  • Critical Thinking

    thinking outside the box only. Critical thinking is used by almost everyone. Many great and famous philosophers including Al-Kindi, Avicenna and Ibn Rushd even apply critical thinking in their lives. They have used it to help them in their methods, works and ideas. In this assignment we will know...

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  • History Through the Eyes of the Traveler

    works through merchants in book markets. Ibn Sina’s story in chapter three provides a look at the development of a network of intellectual information through a partial history of his life and some of the events he experienced during the years 1002 to 1021CE. Ibn Sina was a philosopher and renowned physician...

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  • qweqqwrqe

    qasidahs were hanged on the ka’ba Authors: 1-Imru’ al qais, the wandering king. 2-Tarafan ibn al abd, the playboy. 3-Zuhayr ibn abi salma, The moralist. 4-‘Antara al abasay, the dark knight. 5-Labid ibn rabi’, The centerenarian. 6-Amr bin Kalthum, The regicide. 7-Al khansa’, the poetess ( most...

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