• TITAS
    current generation of the populous in the world today Among the most famous Islamic scientific figure was Abu Ali al-Hussain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina, better known as Ibn Sina, who has written 246 books, including "Kitab-al Shifa 'and' Al-Qanun fit Tibb" that serve as guiding principles for the medical...
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  • Islam
    into Hebrew and Latin, contributing to the development of modern European philosophy. The Egyptian philosophers Moses Maimonides (who was Jewish) and Ibn Khaldun were also important. Aristotle attempted to demonstrate the unity of God; but from the view which he maintained, that matter was eternal, it...
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  • Finance
    WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS: A Case study on IBN SINA Pharmaceutical Industry Ltd. Course Code: FIN302 Course Title: Intermediate Finance Course Teacher: Muhammad Enamul Haque Assistant Professor DBA ...
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  • Youth Work
    fields of child development, child psychology and youth Education. Amongst the many Muslim scholars who wrote on the education of children, are Ibn Sina, Ibn Khaldun and Al-Ghazali, here I am going to look at two of them and there work on child and youth development. Looking back to the holy Quran...
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  • Ed Philosophy
    2 Immanuel Kant * 1.1.3 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel * 1.2 Realism * 1.2.1 Aristotle * 1.2.2 Avicenna * 1.2.3 Ibn Tufail * 1.2.4 John Locke * 1.2.5 Jean-Jacques Rousseau * 1.2.6 Mortimer Jerome Adler * 1.2.7 Harry S. Broudy *...
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  • Islamic Philosophy
    maintained the belief in fatalism. At the second century of the Hegira, a new movement arose in the theological school of Basra, Iraq. A pupil, Wasil ibn Ata, who was expelled from the school because his answers were contrary to then orthodox Islamic tradition and became leader of a new school, and systematized...
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  • Modern Civilisation and the Arabs
    Have you heard the name Al-Khuwarizmi before? Does it mean anything to you? That’s the real father of Mathematics. His real name is Abu Jafar Muhammad Ibn Musa Al-Khuwarizmi, lived and died in Baghdad between 164AH-235AH (780 – 850CE). He developed algebra and mathematical methods of finding solution to...
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  • Title
    Exchange. Four profitable and renowned pharmaceutical companies namely Square Pharmaceuticals Company Ltd., Beximco Pharmaceuticals Company Ltd., Ibn Sina Pharmaceuticals Company Ltd. and Renata Pharmaceuticals Company Ltd. were selected for the study. Five years’ annual reports of the companies were...
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  • Asian History
    opinions on debatable topics. For this reason, it was important that neither Islam nor Buddhism held the dominant position. In 1002-1021 CE, Ibn Sina, a famous philosopher and physician was on his way to prison (Gordon 39). As he spent the next four months in jail, he wrote two significant works...
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  • History of Arab Medical Science
    were the leaders of medical science. Famous names (in medical science): Ibn Sina & Al-Zahrawi. Stage 3: the stage of decline in which sciences (including medicine) became stagnant, especially after the 13th century. * Ibn Khaldoun: the civilized nomads possessed some kind of medicine that was...
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  • The Golden Age of Islam
    and Majnun to an extent. Ibn Tufail (Abubacer) and Ibn al-Nafis were pioneers of the philosophical novel. Ibn Tufail wrote the first fictional Arabic novel Hayy ibn Yaqdhan (Philosophus Autodidactus) as a response to al-Ghazali's The Incoherence of the Philosophers, and then Ibn al-Nafis also wrote a novel...
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  • Ahahahahahahahahaha
    important topic of EDS. Members are requested to add their Notes as well. ABU AL-QASIM AL-ZAHRAWI (936-1013 C.E.) Abul Qasim Khalaf ibn al-Abbas al-Zahrawi (known in the west as Abulcasis) was born in 936 C.E. in Zahra in the neighbourhood of Cordova. He became one of the most renowned...
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  • literature
    and his creation. The word ''ilm'' which means knowledge is mentioned 750 times. The prophet Mohammed commanded knowledge upon all Muslims, also Ali ibn abu Talib – may Allah be pleased with him- said: '' I would be a slave of a person who teaches me a letter'' accentuating the importance of knowledge...
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  • Philosophical Changes
    Daoism started off as a school of thinking, then a way of rule in the Chinese empires, and finally changed into a religion (Robinson). In west Asia, Ibn Sina, more commonly known as Avicenna in the west, came to influence more philosophical thoughts. Avicenna "maintains[ed] that God's creative action is...
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  • Contribution of Eminent Muslim Scientists and Innovators
    INNOVATORS……………………………………………17 * ABU ALI HASAN IBN AL HAITHAM…………………….... 17 * JABIR IBN HAIYAN………………………………………….. 18 * ABU RAIHAN AL BERUNI………………………………...... 19 * IBN SINA (AVICENNA) – Doctor of Doctors……………………………..……………….. 20 * MOHAMMAD BIN MUSA AL-KHAWARIZMI…………... 22 * IBN KHALDUN………………………………………………...
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  • Critical Thinking
    was able to develop a scale that would allow doctors to quantify the potency of their medication. iv) Ibn-Sina (Avicenna) * Ibn-Sina (Arabic), also known as Avicenna (Latin) and Abu Ali Sina (Persian) was the most original and systematic Muslim philosopher. * Avicenna develops a thought of...
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  • Flexibility in Islam
    history and learn how one Islamic philosopher, Ibn Rushd (Averroes) dealt with it. Perhaps his solution is a relevant one for Muslims in today's increasingly difficult world. II. The Argument of the "Decisive Treatise" The Andalusian philosopher Ibn Rushd (1126-1198 A.D.) wrote at a time in which...
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  • The Great Muslim Scientist of All the Time
    Muslims Scientists Were ruling in all over the world! I don't know what happened now But anyways Don't Forget the Past=) Better be Proud! Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī Consequently he is considered to be the father of algebra,[6] a title he shares with Diophantus. Latin translations of his Arithmetic...
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  • Ehmmm
    pengiktirafan kepada sumber aslinya kerana mereka takut untuk menyatakan bahawa Islam memperjuangkan ilmu. Sebagai contoh, tokoh Islam yang bernama Ibnu Sina , mereka akan menulis namanya sebagai Avicenna, al-Razi sebagai Rhaices dan lain-lain lagi. Sumbangan Islam dalam Bidang Sains & Teknologi Sumbangan...
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  • Muslim Scholars' Contributions
    this period there was great emphasis on the pursuit of knowledge. Consequently there were individuals who lived scholarly and pious lives, such as Ibn Sina, AlKhwarizmi, and Al-Biruni, who in addition to excellence in the study of religious texts also excelled in mathematics, geography, astronomy, physics...
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