• Critical Thinking
    and help to improve the way of thinking of others. He developed cognitive methods to combat depression and discussed the intellectual operations of human beings. 2. Ibn Sina ( Avicenna) Abu Ali Sina was born near Bukhara, also known as Ibn Sina and Avicenna ( in English). Ibn Sina wrote...
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  • TITAS
    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 sciences in the West from the 12th century to 17. Attention to the field of...
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  • Ehmmm
    Perubatan Islam Sejarah Islam telah berjaya melahirkan ramai sarjana yang pakar dan tokoh yang memberi sumbangan dalam ilmu perubatan. Antara mereka Zakaria al-Razi yang menghasilkan "Kitab al-Hawi", Ammar bin Ali yang menulis "Kitab al-Muntakhab", Ibn Sina tahun (al-Qanun fi al-Tibb), Ali Ibnu Abbas al...
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  • Ed Philosophy
    Islamic world, an elementary school was known as a maktab, which dates back to at least the 10th century. Like madrasahs (which referred to higher education), a maktab was often attached to a mosque. In the 11th century, Ibn Sina (known as Avicenna in the West), wrote a chapter dealing with the...
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  • Modern Civilisation and the Arabs
    for knowledge even as far as China’; ‘seeking for knowledge is compulsory for all Muslims (both males and females)’ and other numerous ones must have boosted these Arabs including people like Ibn Sina, Al Ghazali, Ar Razi and Ibn Khalidun to also help in the areas of philosophy, medicine, mathematics...
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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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  • The Great Muslim Scientist of All the Time
    universities up until the early 19th century . Ibn Sīnā is regarded as a father of early modern medicine, and clinical pharmacology particularly for his introduction of systematic experimentation and quantification into the study of physiology,] his discovery of the contagious nature of infectious...
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  • Asian History
    benefited from two major universalizing religions, Buddhism and Islam. Both religions provided institutional framework with strong 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...
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  • Islam
    indiscriminately, and had all philosophical writings committed to the flames. The theories of Ibn Roshd do not differ fundamentally from those of Ibn Baja and Ibn Tufail, who only follow the teachings of Ibn Sina and Al-Farabi. Like all Islamic Peripatetics, Ibn Roshd admits the hypothesis of the...
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  • Youth Work
    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, the traditions and life of the prophet (pbuh) we find a clear blueprint for later...
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  • Islamic Philosophy
    to find able representatives among them; such were Al-Kindi, Al-Farabi, Ibn Sina(Avicenna), and Ibn Rushd(Averroës), all of whose fundamental principles were considered as criticized by the Mutakallamin. During the Abbasid caliphate a number of thinkers and scientists, many of them non-Muslims or...
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  • History of Arab 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 generally based on experiences restricted to few cases, which were...
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  • literature
    from attacking it or cure those diseases, have been important issues for Muslims. Ibn Sina, better known to the west as ''Avicenna'', was perhaps the greatest Physicians until the modern era. Ibn sina's work is still studied and built upon in the east. Since the religion didn't forbid it, Muslim...
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  • Critical Thinking
    methods of breaking ciphers.Using his mathematical and medical expertise, he 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...
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  • Islamic civilization
    1258 when Mongol conquest of Bagdad. Through scholars and scientist of various faiths some of the most important discoveries known to man were invented in this time. Starting from the Islamic scholar Ibn sina , Al Zahrawi in medical science to Al Biruni who determined the size of the world. Al...
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  • The Golden Age of Islam
    the Orchestra inspiring the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven. Arab philosophers like al-Kindi (Alkindus) and Ibn Rushd (Averroes) and Persian philosophers like Ibn Sina (Avicenna) played a major role in preserving the works of Aristotle, whose ideas came to dominate the non...
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  • Muslim Scholars' Contributions
    seventh to the fifteenth centuries is considered as the ‘Golden Age of Islamic Civilisation’. During 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...
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  • Ahahahahahahahahaha
    in the city of Kheva near "Ural" in 973 C.E., he was a contemporary of the well-known physician Ibn Sina. At an early age, the fame of his scholarship went around and when Sultan Mahmood Ghaznawi conquered his homeland, he took al-Biruni along with him in his journeys to India several times and thus...
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  • Philosophical Changes
    East Asia, Europe, and East Asia, new philosophies began to take shape. In China, 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...
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  • Study
    , mathematics, geography and history. Born in the city of Kheva near "Ural" in 973 C.E., he was a contemporary of the well-known physician Ibn Sina. At an early age, the fame of his scholarship went around and when Sultan Mahmood Ghaznawi conquered his homeland, he took al-Biruni along with him in...
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