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vizier (en) Fassara

Rayuwa
Haihuwa Afshona (en) Fassara, 980
ƙasa Samanid Empire (en) Fassara
Ziyarid dynasty (en) Fassara
Buyid dynasty (en) Fassara
Mazaunin Ray (en) Fassara
Bukhara (en) Fassara
Urgench (en) Fassara
Gorgan (en) Fassara
Hamadan (en) Fassara
ƙungiyar ƙabila Persians (en) Fassara
Harshen uwa Farisawa
Mutuwa Hamadan (en) Fassara, 18 ga Yuni, 1037
Makwanci Hamadan (en) Fassara
Karatu
Harsuna Larabci
Farisawa
Sana'a
Sana'a Mai Falsafa, scientist (en) Fassara, maiwaƙe, Ilimin Taurari, likita, music theorist (en) Fassara, physicist (en) Fassara, masanin lissafi, chemist (en) Fassara, ethicist (en) Fassara da Islamic jurist (en) Fassara
Muhimman ayyuka Canon of Medicine (en) Fassara
The Book of Healing (en) Fassara
Wanda ya ja hankalinsa Al-Biruni (en) Fassara, Plotinus (en) Fassara, Muhammad, Galen (en) Fassara, Aristotle (en) Fassara, Hippocrates (en) Fassara, Ibn Zuhr (en) Fassara, Wasil ibn Ata (en) Fassara, Abu Zayd al-Balkhi (en) Fassara, Al-Kindi (en) Fassara, Muhammad dan Zakariya al-Razi da Al-Farabi (en) Fassara
Imani
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Ibn Sina fitaccen masanin kimiyya ne, wanda ya shahara a duniya. Ana yi masa laƙabi da Baban Magani saboda shine mutum na farko da yayi irin abun da yayi.

Avicenna' (IPAc-en|ˌ|æ|v|ɪ|ˈ|s|ɛ|n|ə; also Ibn Sīnā or Abu Ali Sina; harsh-Lrbc|ابن سینا; c.|lk=no|980 – June 1037) mutumin Persian ne[1][2][3] polymath wanda ake ganinsa a matsayin daya daga cikin mafi significant physicians, astronomers, thinkers and writers of the Islamic Golden Age.[4] He has been described as the father of early modern medicine.[5][6][7] Of the 450 works yanada littafan da ya rubuta sunkai kusan 240 wadanda suke nan har zuwa yau, wadanda suka hada da 150 da suke bayani akan philosophy da 40 wadanda suke bayani akan magani.[8]

Daga cikin mafi shaharun ayyukansa akwai The Book of Healing, a philosophical and scientific encyclopedia, da The Canon of Medicine, a medical encyclopedia[9][10][11] wanda yazama standard medical text a mafi yawan medieval universities[12] kuma yacigaba da amfani har karshen 1650.[13] a shekarar 1973, Avicenna's Canon Of Medicine ansake bugata a birnin New York.[14]

Bayan philosophy da medicine, kundin Ibn Sina na kunshe da rubuce rubuce akan astronomy, alchemy, geography da geology, psychology, Islamic theology, logic, mathematics, physics da kuma ayyuka aika poetry.[15]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. "Avicenna and the Visionary Recital". Princeton University Press (in Turanci). Retrieved 2018-08-12. In this work a distinguished scholar of Islamic religion examines the mysticism and psychological thought of the great eleventh-century Persian philosopher and physician Avicenna (Ibn Sina), author of over a hundred works on theology, logic, medicine, and mathematics.
  2. Daly, Jonathan (2013-12-19). The Rise of Western Power: A Comparative History of Western Civilization (in Turanci). A&C Black. p. 18. ISBN 978-1441118516.
  3. "Avicenna | Persian philosopher and scientist", Encyclopedia Britannica (in Turanci), retrieved 2018-08-04
  4. * Bennison, Amira K. (2009). The great caliphs: the golden age of the 'Abbasid Empire. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 195. ISBN 978-0300152272. Avicenna was a Persian whose father served the Samanids of Khurasan and Transoxania as the administrator of a rural district outside Bukhara.
    • Paul Strathern (2005). A brief history of medicine: from Hippocrates to gene therapy. Running Press. p. 58. ISBN 978-0786715251. Check |isbn= value: invalid character (help).
    • Brian Duignan (2010). Medieval Philosophy. The Rosen Publishing Group. p. 89. ISBN 978-1615302444. Check |isbn= value: invalid character (help).
    • Michael Kort (2004). Central Asian republics. Infobase Publishing. p. 24. ISBN 978-0816050741.
    • "He was born in 370/980 in Afshana, his mother's home, near Bukhara. His native language was Persian" (from "Ibn Sina ("Avicenna")", Encyclopedia of Islam, Brill, second edition (2009). Accessed via Brill Online at www.encislam.brill.nl).
    • "Avicenna was the greatest of all Persian thinkers; as physician and metaphysician ..." (excerpt from A.J. Arberry, Avicenna on Theology, KAZI PUBN INC, 1995).
    • "Whereas the name of Avicenna (Ibn Sina, died 1037) is generally listed as chronologically first among noteworthy Iranian philosophers, recent evidence has revealed previous existence of Ismaili philosophical systems with a structure no less complete than of Avicenna" (from p. 74 of Henry Corbin, The Voyage and the messenger: Iran and philosophy, North Atlantic Books, 1998.
  5. Keyhani, Ali; Torkaman, Samira (2017-12-28). Ibn Sina (in English) (1st ed.). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 9781984296412. Ibn Sina is called the father of modern medicine for establishing a clinical practice.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  6. Saffari, Mohsen; Pakpour, Amir (2012-12-01). "Avicenna's Canon of Medicine: A Look at Health, Public Health, and Environmental Sanitation". Archives of Iranian medicine. 15: 785–9. Avicenna was a well-known Persian and a Muslim scientist who was considered to be the father of early modern medicine.
  7. Colgan, Richard (2009-09-19). Advice to the Young Physician: On the Art of Medicine (in Turanci). Springer Science & Business Media. p. 33. ISBN 9781441910349. Avicenna is known as the father of early modern medicine.
  8. O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Ibn Sina", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews.
  9. Nasr, Seyyed Hossein (2007). "Avicenna". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Archived from the original on 31 October 2007. Retrieved 2007-11-05. Unknown parameter |deadurl= ignored (|url-status= suggested) (help)
  10. Edwin Clarke, Charles Donald O'Malley (1996), The human brain and spinal cord: a historical study illustrated by writings from antiquity to the twentieth century, Norman Publishing, p. 20 (ISBN|0930405250).
  11. Iris Bruijn (2009), Ship's Surgeons of the Dutch East India Company: Commerce and the progress of medicine in the eighteenth century, Amsterdam University Press, p. 26 (ISBN|9087280513).
  12. "Avicenna 980–1037". Hcs.osu.edu. Archived from the original on October 7, 2008. Retrieved 2010-01-19. Unknown parameter |deadurl= ignored (|url-status= suggested) (help)
  13. e.g. at the universities of Montpellier and Leuven (see "Medicine: an exhibition of books relating to medicine and surgery from the collection formed by J.K. Lilly". Indiana.edu. Archived from the original on 14 December 2009. Retrieved 2010-01-19.
  14. Cibeles Jolivette Gonzalez. "Avicenna's Canon Of Medicine" – via Internet Archive.
  15. "Avicenna", in Encyclopædia Iranica, Online Version 2006". Iranica.com. Retrieved 2010-01-19.