4 edition of Ibn Sina and his influence on the Arabic and Latin world found in the catalog.
Ibn Sina and his influence on the Arabic and Latin world
Jules L. Janssens
In English and French.
|Series||Variorum collected studies series ;, CS843, Collected studies ;, CS843.|
|LC Classifications||B751.Z7 J36 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005057080|
Avicenna (ăvĭsĕn`ə), Arabic Ibn Sina, –, Islamic philosopher and physician, of Persian origin, b. near Bukhara. He was the most renowned philosopher of medieval Islam and the most influential name in medicine from to His medical masterpiece was the Canon of Medicine. His other masterpiece, the Book of Healing, is a philosophical treatise dealing with the soul. IBN SINA. ABU ‘ALI AL-HUSAYN () Ibn Sina (Avicenna) is one of the foremost philosophers in the Medieval Hellenistic Islamic tradition that also includes al-Farabi and Ibn Rushd His philosophical theory is a comprehensive, detailed and rationalistic account of the nature of God and Being, in which he finds a systematic place for the corporeal world, spirit, insight, and the varieties.
One also sees ibn Sina's influence on St. Bonaventure and St. Thomas. St. Thomas criticized ibn Sina indirectly while making a penetrating study of ibn Rushd (Averroes). In his book entitled Contra Averroistas, he examined all the interpretations of Aristotle made by ibn Rushd, and he profited by the ideas of Albert the Great who was his master. The translation of the Arabic versions of the Aristotelian corpus, the commentaries, and the abridgments produced a cultural turning point in the intellectual history of the Western world. We also know that the serious study of Aristotle in the time of Scholasticism begins with Albertus Magnus () who used Ibn Sînâ’s commentaries.
His encyclopedic work, which had a great influence in both East and West, was Al-Qanun fi al-Tibb (The Canon of Medicine) – a work of one million words which summarizes Arabic, Greek, Hindu and Persian medicine until his time. Translated into Latin in the 12th century by Gerard of Cremona under the name The Canon of Medicine of Avicenna, it. ‘Ibn Sina’s renown brought him the title ‘the leading eminent scholar’ (al-Shayk al Ra’is).Discuss the significance of his philosophical ideas with special focus on his distinction between his essence and existence, and its role in his proof for God as the necessary Sina, or Avicenna, born AD, was a leading polymath of many subjects; many of his theories are still.
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There follow explorations of Ibn Sina's influence on later philosophers, first within the Islamic world and with particular reference to al-Ghazzali, but also, once translated into Latin, in the scholastic world of the West, on figures such as Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, and above all Henry of Ghent.
Get this from a library. Ibn Sīnā and his influence on the Arabic and Latin world. [Jules L Janssens] -- Ibn Sina ( AD), long known in the West as Avicenna, was at the center of the school of Islamic philosophy that inherited and adapted Greek thinking from pre-Socratic to late Hellenic times.
Like all collected works in the Ashgate–Variorum publications, one does not expect anything in these books that has not been published before.
This is one of th. Books shelved as ibn-sina: The Life of Ibn Sina: A Critical Edition and Annotated Translation by W.E. Gohlman, Avicenna's Commentary On The Poetics Of Ar.
Avicenna, Muslim physician, the most famous and influential of the philosopher-scientists of the medieval Islamic world. He was particularly noted for his contributions in the fields of Aristotelian philosophy and medicine.
Learn more about Avicenna’s life and accomplishments in this article. PDF | On Jan 1,George Saliba and others published Ibn Sina and his Influence on the Arabic and Latin World * BY JULES JANSSENS | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: George Saliba.
The Book of Healing (Arabic: کتاب الشفاء Kitāb al-Shifāʾ, Latin: Sufficientia) is a scientific and philosophical encyclopedia written by Abu Ali ibn Sīna (Avicenna) from medieval Persia, near Bukhara in called The Cure it is intended to "cure" or "heal" ignorance of the soul.
Despite its title, it is not concerned with medicine; Avicenna's earlier The Canon of Author: Avicenna. Ibn Sina lived from C.E. in what is now the nations of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. Avicenna is one of the world's most famous medics and many have named him "the father of modern medicine" - an honor he shares with Hippocrates, the Greek doctor that penned the Hippocratic oath.
As a pioneer and essential figure in Arabic culture in the Islamic Golden Age, Ibn Sina has been forever immortalized in Noah Gordon's "The Physician" novel and in the movie, where Ben Kingsley gives. In Arabic, it means "son of". for example: ibn Abbas means: the son of Abbas.
Abd Allah ibn Abbas: the first name is "abd allah" and his father is "abbas". which means Abd Allah is the son of abbas. In the history of philosophical thought in the Medieval Ages, the figure of Ibn Sina (//)1 is, in many respects, unique, while among the Muslim philosophers, it is not only unique but has been paramount right up to modern times.
He is the only one among the great philosophers of Islam to build an elaborate and complete system of philosophy - a system which has been dominant in. Our word “retina”, the back of the eye, comes from Ibn Sina’s Arabic word for it.
He ended his life as a fairly well-off man, who owned enslaved people and property. He died in Iran in AD, when he was fifty-eight years old, of some sort of digestive problem – maybe a twisted bowel.
Figure 6. Commemorative medal issued by the UNESCO in to mark the th birth anniversary of Ibn Sina.
The obverse depicts a scene showing Avicenna surrounded by his disciples, inspired by a miniature in a 17th-century Turkish manuscript; whilst on the reverse is a phrase by Avicenna in Arabic and Latin: “Cooperate for the well-being of the body and the survival of the human species” ().
Avicenna’s most important contribution to medical science was his famous book Al Qanun Fi Al-Tibb (The Canon of Medicine), known as the “Canon” in the West. This book was an immense five volume encyclopedia of medicine including over a million words. His main field of research is the History of Muslim Thought with special reference to Avicenna (Ibn Sina), his predecessors and his impact on Sunni thought and Ibn Taymiyyah.
Professors Michot’s interests also encompass the history of Muslim thought during the Mamlūk and Ilkhān periods, as well as modern Islamic movements.
Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (also known by the Latin form of his name, Rhazes or Rasis), Continens Liber (The virtuous life),Qatar National Library Physicians such as Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (Latinized as Rhazes, ‒) with an unusual gift for clinical observations were in their time likened to Hippocrates.
Ibn Rushd's full, transliterated Arabic name is "Abū l-Walīd Muḥammad ibn ʾAḥmad Ibn Rushd". Sometimes, the nickname al-Hafid ("The Grandson") is appended to his name, to distinguish him from his similarly-named grandfather, a famous judge and jurist. " Averroes" is the Medieval Latin form of "Ibn Rushd"; it was derived from the Spanish pronunciation of the original Arabic name, wherein Era: Medieval, Islamic Golden Age.
PDF | On Nov 1,Izet Masic and others published Thousand-year anniversary of the historical book: “Kitab al-Qanun fit-Tibb”- The Canon of Medicine, written by Abdullah ibn Sina | Find Author: Izet Masic.
Ibn Sina's medical skills in the canon “Al-Qanun fit-Tibb”, The Canon of Medicine, is a recapitulation of the medicine of that time.[1,2,5,11,13] It was written in five books: Book I-General principles, Book II-Materia medica; Book III-Diseases of the individual organs; Book IV- General diseases; Book V-formula for work is very similar to the works of Avicenna's predecessors Cited by: 4.
The first Christian thinkers to be influenced by Ibn Sina was Gundisalivus, the head of the Translation Bureau in Spain. He wrote his book: The Soul in which he started with Ibn Sina and ended with Augustinus. He adopted Ibn Sina's proofs of the existence of the soul, indicating that it was a substance and not an accident, immortal and spiritual.
The Arabic impact is particularly strong in the thirteenth century, but some Arabic traditions, such as Averroes’ intellect theory, reach the high point of their influence in Latin Europe as late as around (The influence of Jewish philosophers writing in Arabic, such as Ibn Gabirol and Maimonides, is not covered in this article).
2. I. The place of Avicenna medicine in Iran and the Muslim world. In the heritage of Islamic medicine, the names of tens of outstanding physicians and hundreds of medical works are shining, but the name of Avicenna and his book of Canon in the Islamic east and the Christian west (See: Part Two) enjoys a specific position.
Since the age of Avicenna up to the present, more than commentaries.The following is taken from the biographical page on Ibn Sina from Islamic Philosophy Online.
Ibn Sina (Avicenna) () is one of the foremost philosophers of the golden age of Islamic tradition that also includes al-Farabi and Ibn is also known as al-Sheikh al-Rais (Leader among the wise men) a title that was given to him by his students.