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al-Farabi

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(Biography) Mohammed ibn Tarkhan. died 950, Muslim philosopher, physician, and mathematician, of central Asian origin
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He was apprised that Federal Medical College presently housed in the laboratory of Drug Regulatory Authority for the last five years will be shifted to Alfarabi Center and the laboratory will be used for WHO approved drug testing.
20) Alfarabi and Averroes, experts on both Aristotelianism and esotericism, speak openly of gender equality.
He mentions neither Alfarabi nor Avicenna, however, and he takes it for granted that the falasifa were pious Muslims, illustrations of "fides quaerens intellectum" (faith seeking understanding).
The results of the present study in general were similar to that of Kharma et al18 which was conducted among dental students in Alfarabi College of Dentistry, Jeddah.
Known eventually in the Arabic world as "the Second Teacher," after Aristotle, Alfarabi was born about 870 A.
The interest in the intelligence of managers has always existed, beginning with Alfarabi in 900 (AD) included this quality in his list of what a head of state should have and Ghazali used it as advice for the effectiveness of kings (George & Alvarez, 2005).
Muhsin Mahdi, Alfarabi and the Foundations of Islamic Political Philosophy (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001).
Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Maxillofacial Sciences, Alfarabi College of Dentistry and Nursing, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Al criticar a los teologos, aclara que no esta en desacuerdo con la religion, sino con algunas interpretaciones teologicas erradas, ya que estan construidas sobre presupuestos filosoficos equivocos e incorrectos o falsos; (31) rechaza las criticas que Al-Gazall ha dirigido en contra de Alfarabi y Avicena, a quienes tacha de infieles respecto de tres cuestiones filosoficas: i) han admitido la eternidad del mundo; ii) han negado el conocimiento divino de los particulares, y iii) no defienden la resurreccion de los cuerpos y, por lo tanto, parecen tener ideas extranas en lo que respecta a la vida futura.