al-Farabi

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al-Farabi

(ˈælfəˈrɑːbɪ)
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(Biography) Mohammed ibn Tarkhan. died 950, Muslim philosopher, physician, and mathematician, of central Asian origin
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President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed a decree on creation of the State Commission for Preparing for and Holding the Celebrations of the 1150th Birth Anniversary of Abu Nasr Al-Farabi, the press service of Akorda reported.
Famous scientists lived there, and among them, Abu Nasr Al-Farabi mathematician, and philosopher, known as the "Second teacher" after Aristotle was born in Otrar.
"This year's chosen theme is therenowned Islamic philosopher Abu Nasr al-Farabi (the Second Master)." The Festival, under the theme Al Farabi the Second Master, will see Oudmaestros from across the globe enchanting the audience at Katara forfour days, with a mix of the East and the West in Oud tradition.
The cultural eventwill be dedicated to the famous Islamic philosopher Abu Nasr al-Farabi ("Second Teacher"), who made a significant contribution to the development of culture, philosophy and music.
Plus loin dans l'histoire, le philosophe musulman, d'origine perse, Abu Nasr al-Farabi, egalement auteur du celebre [beaucoup moins que] Traite de musique [beaucoup plus grand que] a eu l'ingenieuse idee de developper le qanun mais sans aller jusqu'a lui donner corps.
1-13), with the title "From the poetry (shi'r) of Abu Nasr al-Farabi," consists of two poems.
In philosophy he chose to study Abu Nasr al-Farabi, an eminent early Islamic philosopher.
This has been explained by Shaikh Abu Nasr al-Farabi this in his book al-Jam bayna Ra'yain al-Hakimin (The Concordance Between the Opinions of the Two Wise Ones).
One gets loss of words while describing the splendors and grandeurs of these scholars and the amount of impact they had on today's world felt from Middle East till East Asia that include Imam Bukhari, Imam Tirmzi, Al-Khorezmi, Abu Nasr al-Farabi, Abu Rayan al-Biruni, Abu Ali Ibn Sina, Ulugbek, Alisher Navoi and many others in the development of Modern Civilizations.
"Uzbekistan is and has been home to great Muslim scholars, poets, philosophers Islamic clerics, rulers and leaders such as Imam Al-Bukhari and Abu Nasr Al-Farabi, Ibn Sina and Abu Al-Qasim Zamakhshari and Prince Timor and others, who have left a brilliant impact on the history of Islamic civilisation." Al-Sulaiti affirmed that the relationship between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Uzbekistan is witnessing "remarkable development", active and effective on more than one level and in particular aspects of cultural and artistic heritage, as he puts it, which confirms "the desire of both countries and their strong keenness on improving these relationships to achieve their common interests and aspirations of their peoples towards more convergence and growth".
Pointing to the "need for political philosophy" al-Kindi laid down the foundation upon which Abu Nasr al-Farabi (d.