al-Farabi

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al-Farabi

(ˈælfəˈrɑːbɪ)
n
(Biography) Mohammed ibn Tarkhan. died 950, Muslim philosopher, physician, and mathematician, of central Asian origin
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ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Energy and Petroleum, Omar Ayub Khan has inaugurated the hall name after great leader and founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah at Alfarabi University Kazakhstan.
The great medieval thinkers--including not just Aquinas, but also Alfarabi and Maimonides--were not exactly ancient, nor were they exactly modern.
(9) Therefore, in this study, we aimed to explore endodontic procedural errors occurring during conventional root canal treatment performed by undergraduate students attending King Khalid University (KKU), Abha and Alfarabi dental college, Riyadh.
Sankari, FAROUK A, (1970), Plato and Alfarabi: A Comparison of Some Aspects of Their Political Philosophies, Vivarium, Vol.
" (AlFarabi, Traktat o vzglyadah zhitelei dobrodetel'nogo goroda, 169).
The topics include Protagoras' cooperative know-how, democracy without elections: popular rule according to Alfarabi, consent and popular sovereignty in medieval political thought: Marsilius of Padua's Defensor pacis, Thomas Paine and democratic contempt, morals and enlightenment: Bolivar's virtuous democracy in the Angustura Address, democracy in the revolutionary thought of Rosa Luxemburg, an alternative democracy: dissent in Gandhi's great trial of 1922, and a new reading on authority and guardianship (wilayah): Ayatollah Muhammad Mahdi Shamsuddin.
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Davidson, "Maimonides' Shemonah peraqim and Alfarabi's Fusul al-madani," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 31 (1963): 39; idem, "The Middle Way in Maimonides' Ethics," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 54 (1987): 31-32.