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Ab Mu ammad Al ibn A mad ibn Sad ibn was an Andalusian -Arab p hilosopher , l it terateur , psychologist , h istorian , j u r ist and t heologian born in Crdoba, present-day Spain . He was a leading proponent of the Zahir i school of Islam ic
1. In what ways was Islamic philosophy impacted by Greek and Persian? Islamic philosophy drew much inspiration from the Greek peripatetic thought in its formative years. It was born of philosophical speculations on the heritage of GrecoAlexandrian philoso
Describe the source of Islamic philosophy from its start until the time of Ibna Sina (Avicenna) The time spanning the formative early years of Islamic philosophy to the time of Ibn Rushd were referred to as Classical Islamic Philosophy or Early Islamic Ph
1. The life of al-Farabi his philosophy and three of his most important contributions. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Believes in the idea of a philosopher king Wrote a treatise on Idris From Iran, province of Khorasan, has Turkish blood. Believed in a s
W HY D I D ALG HAZZAL I ATTACK P H I LOSOP HY AND P H I LOSOP HERS? D ESCR IBE WHAT H E SAID AND OUT L I N E H IS PO I N TS. A b mid M u ammad ibn M u ammad al-Ghaz l (10581111), often A lgazel i n English, was born and died in T us, in the K horasan p ro
6) What was the role of al-Kindi in the foundation of philo., especially the mashaay school, for Peripatetic philo.?
Al Kindi is often called the first philosopher of the Arabs and founder of the Mashai school. His work introduced the idea of the validity