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Abū Naṣr al-Fārābī (259-339 AH / 870-950 AD) is one of the foremost Islamic Philosopher /Logician. Biography: Original Source Biography: al-Farabi from Ibn abī-ʿUṣība’s Ṭabaqāt al-‘iṭbia (Arabic html) Supplementary Material: Al-Farabi: from History of Muslim Philosophy. (E-text) in PDF format only. Al-Farabi: Founder of Islamic Neoplatonism, Majid Fakhry (link) Oxford: Oneworld, 2002. Brief outline of his life and…

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Abu Yusef Yaqoub ibn Ishaq Al-Kindi ( (185-256 AH / 805-873 AD) ) is the father of Islamic Philosophy. He was also a scientist of high caliber a gifted Mathematician, astronomer, physician and a geographer as well as a talented musician. He is said to have uttered the following quote: We ought not to be…

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