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I need not repeat many of the details of Alfarabi's biography here.2 Abu. Nasr Muhammad al-Farabi (or Alfarabi) was born (in 870 c.
Al Farabi. Genre: World. Biography.
AL-FARABI (Abu Nasr Muhammad ibin Muhhammad ibn Tarkhan
According to mediaeval biographies, al-Farabi wrote more than 100 works, but only a small portion have been preserved.
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The high esteem in which Avicenna hold al-Farabi is well known. In his Autobiography, he recalls how it was only thanks to one of al-.
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al- Farabi (born c. 878, Turkistan — died c. 950, Damascus?
Philosophers : Abu Al-Nasr Al-Farabi
Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh al-Farabi was born in a small village Wasij, near Known as al-Phrarabius in Europe, Farabi was the son of a general.
al-Farabi''s Website
Jul 7, 2003 Abu Nasr al-Farabi (259-339 AH / 870-950 AD) is one of the foremost Islamic Philosopher /Logician.
Abu Nasr Al-Farabi - Biography, Facts and Pictures
Abu Nasr Muhammad al- Farabi is one the earliest Islamic intellectuals who was instrumental in the transmitting the doctrines of Plato and Aristotle to the.

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