Ibn Sina


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Ibn Sina:

see AvicennaAvicenna
, Arabic Ibn Sina, 980–1037, 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 1100 to 1500.
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Ibn Sina and Al Beruni ended their correspondence in disagreement, and their intellectual paths apparently never crossed again.
This paper examines significant similarities between the views of Augustine and Ibn Sina on the soul's knowledge of itself.
The construction of the new center, which spans on 5,190 square meters, has mobilized a budget of 58 million dirhams, including 43 million dirhams as a contribution by the Lalla Salma Foundation and 15 million dirhams from the Ministry of Health and the Ibn Sina Hospital.
Born in 980 in Bukhara, in today's Uzbekistan, Ibn Sina earned royal favour for treating the kings of Bukhara and Hamadan, in today's Iran.
The plant will use methanol feedstock from Ibn Sina.
Abu Ali al-Husain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina was born in Afshana in Persia in 980 and he died in 1037 at Hamadhan.
Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic) has invited bids for the construction of a 50,000 tonnes-per-year polyacetal (POM) facility at its affiliate Ibn Sina in Jubail, industry sources said.
In fact, Rabbani was leading a joint project between Ibn Sina Research Center of the University Jihad of Iran and the Swedish university.
A local source in Hadramaut said to Yemen News Agency (SABA) that an improvised explosive device detonated at the car of the College's Director while passing by his car in Bajeman area off the footbridge in Mukala, explaining that he was taken to Ibn Sina Hospital after suffering serious injuries.
A local source in Hadramaut said to Saba that an improvised explosive device detonated at the car of the College's Director while passing by his car in Bajeman area off the footbridge in Mukalla, explaining that he was taken to Ibn Sina Hospital after suffering serious injuries.
Germany), in spite of its influence on the works of Ibn Sina (or Avicenna), Ibn Rushd, Maimonides, and the Ismaili tradition (as exemplified by Hamid al-Din al-Kirmani).
Worshippers from Hamza Mosque walked through the streets of Qibbeh and stopped at Ibn Sina Square, where they burnt the flag of the ruling Baath Party in Syria and chanted against the regime's oppression of its people.