Into to IslamApril - -Al-Ash’ari(873-936 CE Theologian-Ibn Sinua 980-1037 BE Phyician and Philo-Al-Ghazali(1058-1111 CE Philo reformer-Ibm

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Into to Islam April 29 Islamic Thought 1. Sufism: a. Methodology: i. Master (arif/pir): the teacher or the leader ii. Desciple (murid): the student; follower iii. Practices: dhikr, dancing, playing music, seclusion, recitation, healing… b. Orders: i. Qadiriyyah (north Africa) ii. Mawlawiyyah (Trukey, Iran) iii. Badawiyyah (Egypt iv. Sunusiyyah (Libya, Sudan)… 2. Philosophy: - Al-Kindi (805-73 CE): Greek Philosophy - Muhammad al-Razi (865-925 CE): Physician - Al-Farabi (870-950 CE): Philosopher; sort of outside the mainstream as far as thoughts
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Unformatted text preview: -Al-Ash’ari (873-936 CE): Theologian-Ibn Sinua 980-1037 BE): Phyician and Philo-Al-Ghazali (1058-1111 CE): Philo reformer-Ibm Tufayd (1126-98 CE)” Political Philo-Maimonides (1135-1204 CE): Jewish Ethics-Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406 CE): Sociologist. His writings are the most controversial. 3. Islamic scholars contribtion to the sciences: a. Al-Khwarizmi: Algorithms b. Jabir Ibn Hayyan: Algebra c. So on and so forth… just know that they made some significant contributions....
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2008 for the course RELIGION 032:030 taught by Professor Souaiaia during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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Into to IslamApril - -Al-Ash’ari(873-936 CE Theologian-Ibn Sinua 980-1037 BE Phyician and Philo-Al-Ghazali(1058-1111 CE Philo reformer-Ibm

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