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  1. God and Humans in Islamic Thought: Abd Al-jabbar, Ibn Sina and Al-ghazali by Maha Elkaisy-friemuth, 2011-02-12
  2. A Library of the World's Best Literature - Ancient and Modern - Vol. XIX (forty-five volumes); Holinshed-Ibn Sina by Charles Dudley Warner, 2008-06-01
  3. Arabic Phonetics: Ibn Sina's Risalah on the Points of Articulation of the Speech-Sounds Translated from Medieval Arabic (Arthur Jeffery Memorial Monographs No. 2) by Khalil I. Semaan, 1977
  4. The Metaphysica of Avicenna (ibn Sina): A Critical Translation-Commentary and Analysis of the Fundamental Arguments... by Avicenna (ibn sina) & Parviz Morewedge, 1973
  5. Die Augenheilkund Des Ibn Sina (1902) (German Edition)
  6. The Metaphysica of Avicenna (ibn Sina): A Critical Translation-Commentary and Analysis of the Fundamental Arguments... by Avicenna (ibn sina) & Parviz Morewedge, 2001
  7. Knowing the unknowable God: Ibn-Sina, Maimonides, Aquinas --1987 publication. by David B Burrell, 1987-01-01
  8. Kyrgyzstan-tajikistan Border: Kyrgyzstan-tajikistan Border Crossings, Ibn Sina Peak, Isfara, Khaidarkan, Pik Tandykul, Gora Kurumdy
  9. The Problem of Evil: Ibn Sina's Theodicy by Shams Constantine Inati, 2000-09
  10. Die Augenheilkunde Des Ibn Sina (1902) (German Edition)
  11. Die Augenheilkunde Des Ibn Sina: Aus Dem Arabischen Ubersetzt Und Erlautert (1902) (German Edition)
  12. Die Augenheilkunde Des Ibn Sina (1902) (German Edition)
  13. Die Augenheilkund Des Ibn Sina (1902) (German Edition)
  14. Eine "Summa Medicinae" bei Avicenna: Zur Krankheitslehre und Heilkunde des Ibn Sina (980-1037) (Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften ... 87/88) (German Edition) by Heinrich Schipperges, 1987-11-27

41. Ibn SINA (Avicena)
. .. ibn sina (Avicena) 981 1037. Nga Dr. A. Zahoor. Ebu Ali el-Husein ibnAbdullah ibn sina lindi me 981 ne Afshan afer Buhares (Azia Qendrore).
Ibn SINA (Avicena)
Nga Dr. A. Zahoor Ibn Sina, i njohur në perëndim me emrin Avicena, ishte fizikanti, filozofi, enciklopedisti, matematicienti dhe astronomi më me famë i kohës së tij. Kontributi kryesor i tij në shkencën e mjekësisë ishte libri i tij i famshëm "El-Kanun fi el-Tibb", i njohur në perëndim me titullin "Kanuni". Asnjë shqyrtim në shkencën e mjekësisë nuk mund të kompletohet pa iu referuar Ibn Sinas. Ebu Ali el-Husein ibn Abdullah ibn Sina lindi më 981 në Afshan afër Buharës (Azia Qëndrore). Në moshën 10 vjeçare ai u bë me përvojë në studimin e Kur'anit dhe shkencave themelore. Studioi logjikën nga Ebu Abdullah Natili, filozof me famë i asaj kohe, dhe studimi i tij i filozofisë përfshinte libra të ndryshëm të dijetarëve grek si dhe musliman. Në rininë e tij ai tregoi zgjuarsi të mrekullueshme në mjekësi dhe u bë i njohur në rethinë. Në moshën 17 vjeçare ai kuroi me sukses Nuh ibn Mensurin, mbretin e Buharës, nga nje sëmundje nga e cila të gjithë fizikantët e njohur kishin hequr dorë. Me shërimin e tij, mbreti Mansur kishte dëshirë ta shpërblente atë, por fizikanti i ri të vetmën dëshirë e kishte që t'i lejohej perdorimi i biblotekës së pasur të mbretit.
Mbas vdekjes së babait të tij, Ibn Sina udhëtoi për në Xhurxhan ku aty ai takoi bashkëkohasin e njohur të tij Ebu Reihan el- Biruni. Më vonë ai shkoi në Raj dhe më pas në Hamad, ku ai shkruajti librin e tij të famshëm "El-Kanun fi el-Tibb". Aty, ai kuroi mbretin e Hamadanit, Shems el-Deulah, për dhimbjet e barkut. Nga Hamadan ai kaloi në Isfahan (Irani i sotëm), ku aty përfundoi shkrimet e tij të shumta të shquara. Megjithatë , ai vazhdoi udhëtimin ku lodhja mentale dhe trazirat politike dëmtuan shëndetin e tij. Përfundimisht, ai u kthye në Hamadan ku edhe vdiq në vitin 1037.

42. Islamic History And Culture - Personalities In Islam Specifically Ibn Sina
Personalities in Islam. ibn sina (9801037 AD). Return to Personalitiesin Islam Index. ibn sina’s father was a Muslim of the Ismai’li sect.
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Commissions help to support orphaned kids. Verily Allah is with those who restrain themselves and those who do good. (Qur’an 16:128) Abu ‘Ali Husayn ibn Sina was a man of the eleventh century AD who became a man of all countries and all climes and who attained the highest place of honor and prestige all over the world by dint of his unequalled scholarship and mastery of knowledge. He is called ash-Shaykh ar-Ra’s of knowledge. That is, he was the peak of knowledge. He is claimed by the Persians and the Turks as their man. Equally he is claimed by the Afghans and the Uzbekiss as the pride of their lands. But we must remember that these geniuses of knowledge belong to no land, they belong to the world. What they leave as contribution in their legacy for humanity in general. In fact, this Shaykh ar-Ra’s was born in Afsana in Bukhara in the state of Uzbekistan in modern USSR in the year 980. His father ‘Abdullah and his mother Sitara were both of Persian descent, and that is why he wrote many poems and essays in Persian in his boyhood. But like his contemporaries, al-Biruni and others, he wrote all his books in Arabic.

43. Avicenna (Ibn Sina) Of Persia
Information on Avicenna (ibn sina) 980 1037. A physician, philosopher,and on philosophy and medicine. ibn sina (Avicenna) of Persia.
Ibn Sina (Avicenna) of Persia
Information on Avicenna , or in Arabic, Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina or simply Ibn Sina (980 - 1037). A physician, philosopher, and scientist, he was the author of 450 books on many subjects, many on philosophy and medicine.
The following are excerpts from the book The Wonder of the World: A Journey from Modern Science to the Mind of God by Roy Abraham Varghese. Used with permission. Reviews of The Wonder of the World
"If one could only bring back the sense of enchantment of the natural world in our time in a society dominated by the scientism which is a product of modern science! I think that your book is a remarkable achievement for which I want to congratulate you. I hope that it will have a wide readership."
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Avicenna and Other Great Religious Thinkers
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Every thousand years or so, there comes a thinker whose life is as striking as his or her intellectual output is stunning. Viewed from this perspective, it is remarkable indeed that within a period of 300+ years, the world was to witness the convergent odysseys of four titans of thought who set the agenda for the study of reality at every level. This is the period I like to call the Golden Age of human thought. Between them

44. Abu Ali Al-Husain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina Definition Of Abu Ali Al-Husain Ibn Abda
Definition of Abu Ali alHusain ibn Abdallah ibn sina in the Dictionaryand Thesaurus. Abu Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn sina. Word Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina
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Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Noun Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina - Arabian philosopher and physician; his interpretation of Aristotle influenced St. Thomas Aquinas; writings on medicine were important for almost 500 years (980-1037) Avicenna ibn-Sina doc doctor ... medico - a licensed medical practitioner; "I felt so bad I went to see my doctor" philosopher - a specialist in philosophy Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms Some words with "Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina" in the definition: Abul-Walid Mohammed ibn-Ahmad Ibn-Mohammed ibn-Roshd
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45. Ibn Sina
Doctor of all Doctors ibn sina (Avicenna). In any age ibn sina, knownin the West as Avicenna, would have been a giant among giants. sina.htm
Home Page Scientists Doctor of all Doctors Ibn Sina (Avicenna) Ibn Sina was born in 980 C.E. in the village of Afshana near Bukhara which today is located in the far south of Russia. His father, Abdullah, an adherent of the Ismaili sect, was from Balkh and his mother from a village near Bukhara. In any age Ibn Sina, known in the West as Avicenna, would have been a giant among giants. He displayed exceptional intellectual prowess as a child and at the age of ten was already proficient in the Qur'an and the Arabic classics. During the next six years he devoted himself to Muslim Jurisprudence, Philosophy and Natural Science and studied Logic, Euclid, and the Almeagest. He turned his attention to Medicine at the age of 17 years and found it, in his own words, "not difficult". However he was greatly troubled by metaphysical problems and in particular the works of Aristotle. By chance, he obtained a manual on this subject by the celebrated philosopher al-Farabi which solved his difficulties. By the age of 18 he had built up a reputation as a physician and was summoned to attend the Samani ruler Nuh ibn Mansur (reigned 976-997 C.E.), who, in gratitude for Ibn Sina's services, allowed him to make free use of the royal library, which contained many rare and even unique books. Endowed with great powers of absorbing and retaining knowledge, this Muslim scholar devoured the contents of the library and at the age of 21 was in a position to compose his first book.

46. Maulana Djalalledin Rumi
Translate this page spuren der Auseinandersetzung mit den Gedanken des ibn sinas. Abu Aliibn sina starb im 1037 in Hamadan. Sayd Jamal al-Din Afghani
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    Als philosophisch besonders wichtig gelten die Seinslehre und die Intellektslehre Ibne Sinas:
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Sein mystisches Lehrgedicht, "Das Masnawi" wird als "der Koran in persischer Sprache" gepriesen. Es ist jedoch keine systematische Zusammenfassung mystischer Theorien, sondern der spontane Ausdruck mystischer Erfahrungen in immer wechselnden Bildern, Anekdoten und Geschichten.
Khwaja Abdullah e Ansari
Grabmal in (Gazargah/Herat) Der Shaikh-al Islam `Abdullah e Ansari wurde am 4. Mai 1006 in Herat geboren und starb dort im Jahre 1088.
O Gott, Wasser rinnt im Flusse dess', nach dem Du fragst;
O Gott, die Perle der Reinheit hast Du in Adams Saum gebunden, und den Ring des Aufstandes hast Du um des Teufels Haupt gewunden, O Gott, eines Tages sucht ich Dich und fand mich - jetzt suche ich mich und fand Dich! Ein Derwisch ist wie ein Klumpen gesiebte Erde, der mit Wasser benetzt wurde, noch eine Staubspur entsteht.

47. Avicenna
Avicenna, or in Arabic, Abu Ali alHusain ibn Abdallah ibn sina or simply ibn sina(as he is called by Persians) (980 - 1037), was a physician, philosopher
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Avicenna , or in Arabic, Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina or simply Ibn Sina (as he is called by Persians) ( ), was a physician, philosopher, and scientist. He was the author of 450 books on many subjects, many on philosophy and medicine. His most famous works are The Book of Healing and The Canon of Medicine , also known as the Qanun He was born in Kharmaithen (in modern Uzbekistan ), in Persia , and died in Hamadan , then in Persia (now Iran ). He is considered "The Father of modern medicine" and is one of the greatest physicians of all time. (Some sources actually state that Avicenna was born in Hamadan). As a child he displayed an exceptional intellectual behaviour. He turned to medicine at the age of 17 and described it in his own words as "not difficult". However he was greatly troubled by metaphysical problems and in particular the works of Aristotle . Later in his life he moved to Ray, located near modern Teheran (capital of Iran), the home town of Rhazes . In Ray he pursued his job in medicine more than ever before. When Ray was besieged, Ibn Sina fled to Hamadan where he cured Amir Shamsud-Dawala of colic and was made Prime Minister. Following the death of the Amir, Ibn Sina fled to dynamic

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49. Islamic Medical Manuscripts: Bio-Bibliographies
alShafi‘i (between 1030 and 1650) Nothing is known of the life of this scholarexcept that he composed a commentary on a poem of ibn sina (Avicenna) and
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Nothing is known of the life of this scholar except that he composed a commentary on a poem of Ibn Sina ( Avicenna ) and also a commentary on an expansion ( takhmis ) of the same poem made by another scholar. When and where he worked is unknown. He is recorded by Hajji Khalifah (Katib Celebi) as the author of a commentary ( sharh ) on a takhmis (a special type of amplification of a poem) written by an otherwise unknown scholar named Mansur al-Misri on a poem by Ibn Sina titled th century (when Avicenna died) and the mid-17 th century (see Hajji Khalifah, The National Library of Medicine has a unique copy made in 1733/1146 of a commentary made by Abu al-Baqa' al-Ahmadi directly on the poem itself by Ibn Sina, and not on the takhmis written by Mansur al-Misri. No other information is available.
Abu Bakr caliph from 632-634/11-13 H)
The first of the four Orthodox caliphs See , Wilferd Madelung, The succession to Muhammad: A study of the early Caliphate (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

50. - Great Books -
Avicenna (ibn sina) (9801037), The Great Books Avicenna (ibn sina)This web page is part of a biographical database on Great Ideas.
Avicenna (Ibn Sina)
Persian physician and philosopher, born at Kharmaithen, in the province of Bokhara, 980; died at Hamadan, in Northern Persia, 1037. From the autobiographical sketch which has come down to us we learn that he was a very precocious youth; at the age of ten he knew the Koran Aristotle's teaching in the light of the Commentaries of Thomistius, Simplicius, and other neo- Platonists Aristotle's works. A favourite principle of Avicenna, which is quoted not only by Averroes but also by the Schoolmen, and especially by St. Albert the Great, was intellectus in formis agit universalitatem, that is, the universality of our ideas is the result of the activity of the mind itself. The principle, however, is to be understood in the realistic, not in the nominalistic sense. Avicenna's meaning is that, while there are differences and resemblances among things independently of the mind, the formal constitution of things in the category of individuality, generic universality, specific universality, and so forth, is the work of the mind. Avicenna's physical doctrines show him in the light of a faithful follower of Aristotle , who has nothing of his own to add to the teaching of his master. Similarly, in psychology, he reproduces

51. Ibn Sina
Abu Ali Husain ibn Abdullah ibn sina (9801037). ibn sina (circa 1000 AD) Risalah.(Semaan s translation of above text). Second Chapter. ibn sina Website.
Abu Ali Husain Ibn Abdullah Ibn Sina (980-1037)
  • Ibn Sina (circa 1000 AD) Risalah. (Semaan's translation of above text:) Second Chapter On the Cause of the Formation of the Speech-Sounds It is the vibration itself that produces sound. The state the vibration itself is in, i.e., the continuity of its parts, its evenness, or unevenness, and its branching, produce the acuteness and the density (of the sound). The first two (namely, the continuity and evenness) cause the acuteness, the other two, the density. It is the state in which the vibration is, by reason of the forms imposed upon it by the various exits and distractions, that forms (each particular) speech-sound, for a speech-sound is an accidental form of sound audibly distinguishable from another sound that has similar acuteness and density. In reality, some speech-sounds are simple entities whose formation is the result of complete obstruction of the sound, or of the air which produces the sound, followed by a release impulsion. Others are complex entities produced by incomplete obstruction (of the air) though with release...
  • Semaan, K. H. (1963)

52. Tongue Diseases In Al-Qanoon Book Of Ibn-Sina
concerning the treatment ,ibnsina talked about the short frenum only ,becausewhat is related the tongue convulsion had been discussed previously.
Tongue Diseases in Al-Qanoon book of Ibn-Sina DR.ABDULLNASER KAADAN
TRANSLATED BY: DR .SALMA ALMAHDI,D.D.S Summary: T he tongue is con si d e red as completely in most of what IBN-SINA have wrote. Introduction: The old Arabic medical books are not divided in chapters specified for studying the tongue diseases ;for example, in the third chapter of (ALHAWI) book for ARAZI ,we find a section about the taste sensation (i) (ii) ;as he explains very briefly in the 49 th chapter in his book (iii); but ABULLHASSAN ALTABARI the author of (THE HIPPOCRATIC TREATMENTS) ,as he specified ten sections concerned about the tongue diseases such as (gagging reflexes of the tongue (iv) ranula of the tongue (v), (vi) in ALQANUNN book of IBN-SINA has been considered one of the most famous (vii), in addition to some other phrases related to the anatomy researches in the first chapter of the book (viii) IBN-SINA organized:- Anatomy of the tongue muscles: upper tongue muscle that is described very precisely by him. So as he mentions the tongue has nine muscles, although what is known that the tongue consist in addition to the upper tongue muscle ,eight another pairs from muscles instead of four ,so the total number of muscles are seventeen muscles. (ix)
Neuroanatomy of the tongue:
similar to the modern anatomy description ,telling the branch that innervates the tongue sensation to transmit the taste sensation

53. Comparative Index To Islam : IBN SINA (Avicenna)
ibn sina (Avicenna) Abu Ali alHusain ibn Abdallah ibn sina (known in the westas Avicenna), was born in 980 in Kharmaithen (near Bukhara), in Uzbekistan.
IBN SINA (Avicenna) Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina (known in the west as Avicenna), was born in 980 in Kharmaithen (near Bukhara), in Uzbekistan. He was a famous Islamic philosopher and physician. Ibn Sina was born into a middle class family and his father was the governor of a village in one of Nuh ibn Mansur's estates. He was educated by his father, and was a very intelligent child. By the age of ten, ibn Sina had memorised the entire Qur'an and several volumes of the Arabic poetry. Ibn Sina began studying medicine when he was thirteen and mastered the subject by the age of sixteen, when he began his practice. Ibn Sina was a court physician for the Samanid ruler in Bukhara - who was overthrown a year latter. From 1023 to his death in 1037, he served as scientific advisor with the local ruler of Esfahan. He also studied logic and metaphysics. In his autobiography, ibn Sina stressed that he was mostly self-taught but admits that he received instruction at several critical points in his life. Among his works, the

54. The Egyptian Heterocyclic Chemical Society the Conference Opening Session 11 Dec. 2004. 9 th ibn sina INTERNATIONALCONFERENCE ON PURE AND APPLIED HETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY ISICHC.
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INVITATION TO THE CONFERENCE On behalf of the Egyptian Heterocyclic Chemical Society, in cooperation with Science Education Center and Chemistry Dept., Faculty of women, Ain Shams University, you are cordially invited to attend the 9 th Ibn Sina International Conference on Pure and Applied Heterocyclic Chemistry, which will be held in Sharm El-Shiekh, Egypt, from Saturday 11 th to Tuesday 14 th December 2004. We welcome your interest and participation in this conference, and invite you to complete the registration form . We extend this invitation to all scientists to participate on this conference, and look forward to seeing you in Egypt on Dec. 2004.

55. Ibn Sina
Abu Ali alHusain ibn Abdallah - ibn sina (Avicenna). ibn sina s fatherwas the governor of a village in one of Nuh ibn Mansur s estates.
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Born: 980 in Kharmaithen (near Bukhara), Central Asia (now Uzbekistan)
Died: June 1037 in Hamadan, Persia (now Iran)
Ibn Sina is often known by his Latin name of Avicenna , although most references to him today have reverted to using the correct version of ibn Sina. We know many details of his life for he wrote an autobiography which has been supplemented with material from a biography written by one of his students. The autobiography is not simply an account of his life, but rather it is written to illustrate his ideas of reaching the ultimate truth, so it must be carefully interpreted. A useful critical edition of this autobiography appears in [7] while a new translation appears in [9]. The course of ibn Sina's life was dominated by the period of great political instability through which he lived. The Samanid dynasty, the first native dynasty to arise in Iran after the Muslim Arab conquest, controlled Transoxania and Khorasan from about 900. Bukhara was their capital and it, together with Samarkand, were the cultural centres of the empire. However, from the middle of the 10th century, the power of the Samanid's began to weaken. By the time ibn Sina was born, Nuh ibn Mansur was the Sultan in Bukhara but he was struggling to retain control of the empire.

56. Robert C. Koons: Phl 356 Lecture #4
LECTURE 4 ibnsina, Maimonides and Aquinas. I. ibn sina. FOCUS. RATIONALE. It isin the area of rationale that ibn sina makes his most significant contribution.

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In Ibn Sina, it is especially clear that the distinction between essence and existence (in contingent beings) is supposed to be a real, and not just a logical or mental, distinction. Ibn Sina describes 'existence' as a kind of "accident" that is super-added to the essence of a thing, thereby bringing one thing of that kind or essence into real existence. At the same time, Ibn Sina recognizes that is is not quite appropriate to say that existence is a "property" of a thing as though, in addition to having two legs and being warm-blooded, I have the additional property of existing. Existence is a special sort of accident one that does not characterize things, but which constitutes their being. As I explained last time, al-Farabi and ibn Sina are "realists", in the sense that they believe that essences and accidents (properties) are real constituents of the world, not things that are merely invented by us and projected on the world through language or thought. Therefore, to learn about the essence of a thing, we must engage in scientific and metaphysical investigation - it is not enough merely to introspect and examine our own ideas. We do not discover that God's essence is identical to His existence by examining our subjective idea or conception of God. Instead, the cosmological argument leads us to the conclusion that there must exist something whose essence is identical to its existence, and further investigation enables us to recognize that this something has all the characteristics we associate with the idea of God.

57. Ibn Sina (Avicenna) : Renaissance Man, Robinson Crusoe, Cancer, Ulcers, Surgery,
ibn sina. (Avicenna). ibn sina, who died in 1037 AD, is known in theWest as Avicenna. He was a renaissance man, a Sufi who excelled
Ibn Sina, who died in 1037 AD, is known in the West as Avicenna. He was a renaissance man, a Sufi who excelled in mathematics, which he studied under Al Khawarizmi . He also excelled in medicine, science, astronomy, law, music, poetry and philosophy. His medical reference al-Qanun fi al-Tibb (the canon in Medicine) was the largest ever written with more than one million words and remained the world's authority on the subject until the nineteenth century. His portrait can be found in the great hall of the school of medicine, University of Paris. His books include: A'hwal al-Nafs ( Conditions of the Psyche ) in psychology and the novel Hayy Ibn Yaqzan . This novel was the story of a child stranded on a deserted island who grew up and recognized God by contemplating nature. This novel became the inspiration for Robinson Crusoe after discarding the spiritual aspects in Hayy. Ibn Sina diagnosed cancer and used surgical operations to remove it. He also attributed stomach

58. Avicenna (Ibn Sina) Resources At Questia - The Online Library Of
Avicenna (ibn sina) Resources at Questia The Online Library of Books andJournals. Avicenna (ibn sina). Questia. Primary Content. Avicenna (ibn sina).

59. Ibn-i Sina Hastanesi
A.Ü. Tip Fakültesi Sitesinde. Ana Sayfa , 15 Mayis 2004, Cumartesi, English Version . Genel Bilgiler.

60. Ibn I Sina
ibni sina. Een betere toekomst door goed onderwijs In het ArnhemseKlarendal staat de Islamitische basisschool ibn-i sina. ibn-i
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In het Arnhemse Klarendal staat de Islamitische basisschool Ibn-i Sina. Ibn-i Sina is een uitzonderlijke persoon in de wereldgeschiedenis. Hij was wijsgeer, wetenschapper en onderzoeker, vooraanstaand theoreticus in de geneeskunde, praktiserend arts en heelmeester. Daarnaast was hij psycholoog, pedagoog en onderwijskundige. Hij heeft niet alleen invloed gehad op de islamitische wereld, maar ook op de westerse wereld. Daarom is de school naar hem vernoemd Veilige plek
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