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  1. Al-Farabi was also the first Muslim philosopher to develop a non- Aristotelian logic. (Web site)
  2. Al-Farabi was a quiet and peaceful man who loved solitude.
  3. Al-Farabi was also a poet and a musician.
  4. Al-Farabi was also the first Muslim logician to develop a non- Aristotelian logic. (Web site)
  5. Al-Farabi was also the first Muslim philosopher to develop a non- Organon.


  1. Al-Ghazali was responsible for formulating the Ash'ari school of atomism.
  2. Al-Ghazali is one of the greatest Islamic theologians and mystical thinkers. (Web site)


  1. Al-Farisi was a pupil of the astronomer and mathematician Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi (1236 - 1311), who in turn was a pupil of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. (Web site)
  2. Al-Farisi is also known as Kamal al-din.
  3. Al-Farisi was a pupil of the great astronomer and mathematician Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi, who in turn was a pupil of Nasir al-Din Tusi.
  4. Al-Farisi was able to show that the approximation obtained by his model was good enough to allow him to ignore the effects of the glass container. (Web site)

Iranian Scientists

  1. Iranian scientists are a significant portion of international scientific community.
  2. Iranian scientists are also helping construct the Compact Muon Solenoid, a detector for CERN 's Large Hadron Collider due to come online in 2007. (Web site)
  3. Iranian scientists are also helping construct the Compact Muon Solenoid, a detector for CERN 's Large Hadron Collider due to come online in May 2008.
  4. Iranian scientists are also helping to construct the Compact Muon Solenoid, a detector for CERN 's Large Hadron Collider, due to come online in 2007.


  1. Persia is only used by foreigners (western and sometimes Arab historian).
  2. Persia The name "Persia" seized to be used in 1935, and replaced with "Iran". (Web site)
  3. Persia was a ''Cradle of Science'' in earlier times.
  4. Persia was a VAST empire at the time of Ibn Sina.
  5. Persia was in afghanistan then and the makes it perfectly legitimate to say that there were persians where rumi was born and that he was persian himself. (Web site)


  1. Al-Biruni was a true Muslim Scientist who benefitted from both the Islamic guidance and scientific investigations. (Web site)
  2. Al-Biruni was also the first to discover that the speed of light is much faster than the speed of sound.
  3. Al-Biruni was also very active in physics. (Web site)
  4. Al-Biruni was an outstanding astronomer, mathematician, physicist, Physician, geographer, geologist and historian. (Web site)
  5. Al-Biruni was born near Kath and the town were he was born is today called Biruni after the great scholar. (Web site)


  1. Al-Hasan was born at Basra in southern Iraq, where he must have received all his education. (Web site)
  2. He is often known as Alhazen which is the Latinised version of his first name "al-Hasan". (Web site)
  3. He is often known as Alhazen which is the Latinized version of his first name "al-Hasan".


  1. Ghiyath al-Din 'Ali ibn Amirin al-Husayni al-Isfahani was a 15th-century Persian physician and scientist from Isfahan, Iran.
  2. Al-Isfahani has contributed to conics.
  3. Abu-l-Fath Mahmud ibn Mohammed ibn Qasim ibn Fadl al-Isfahani was a 10th century Persian mathematician. (Web site)


  1. Al-Khwarizmi was one of the first to compute astronomical and trigonometrical tables. (Web site)
  2. Al-Khwarizmi was also the author of the first book on algebra.
  3. Al-Khwarizmi was an Iranian astrologer, mathematician, astronomer, scientist, and author born around 800 and died around 840. (Web site)

Ali Hamadani

  1. Sayyid ---Ali Hamadani was a Persian physician who lived before 1546 CE and was from Hamadan.
  2. The year 1384 is the land mark event in the history of Kashmir due to the arrival of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani popularly known as Shah-e-Hamadan.


  1. The Almagest is the only surviving comprehensive ancient treatise on astronomy. (Web site)
  2. The Almagest was a particularly unifying work for its exhaustive lists of sidereal phenomena.
  3. The Almagest was rightly considered the main authoritative work of antiquity on Astronomy. (Web site)


  1. Avicenna is a philosopher-scientist and a genius, who does great honor to the science and philosophy of Islam.
  2. Avicenna is a 19th century traditional ottoman style wooden house converted and opened 1990.
  3. Avicenna is a good example of this manner.
  4. Avicenna was Persian and tajik and Persian have the same meaning, that is Iranian-persian muslim.
  5. Avicenna was a devout Muslim and sought to reconcile rational philosophy with Islamic theology. (Web site)


  1. B Bahai, Sheikhpoet, mathematician, and astronomer,engineer,designer,faghih(religious scientist),Architect Bal'ami, Samanid era scholar Balkhi, a.k.a.
  2. Abdorrahman Sufi, astronomer from Ray that invented the meridian ring Bahai, Sheikh Bal'ami, Samanid era scholar Balkhi, a.k.a.
  3. Bahai officials said they are discussing funeral plans with Dr Kelly's family. (Web site)


  1. Biruni was a careful observer and a leading exponent of the experimental method. (Web site)
  2. Biruni was a prolific author. (Web site)
  3. Biruni was also a pioneer of experimental psychology, as he was the first to empirical ly describe the concept of reaction time.
  4. Biruni was also an adept astrologer and is reputed to have astonished people by the accuracy of his predictions. (Web site)
  5. Biruni was also the first to discover that the speed of light is much faster than the speed of sound.


  1. Khayyam was a poet as well as a mathematician.
  2. Khayyam was an outstanding mathematician and astronomer.
  3. Khayyam was an outstanding mathematician and astronomer; he wrote several books on music and algebra before he was 25 years old. (Web site)
  4. Khayyam was an outstanding poet, mathematician, and astronomer.
  5. Khayyam was born in 1048.

Omar Khayyam

  1. Omar Khayyam was an outstanding Muslim mathematician and astronomer.
  2. Omar Khayyam was an agreeable man little given to conflict, though he did sometimes tease the devout in his world. (Web site)
  3. Omar Khayyam was an outstanding mathematician and astronomer. (Web site)
  4. Omar Khayyam was an11th century Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet. (Web site)
  5. Omar Khayyam was born in 1044 C.E. at Nishapur, the provincial capital of Khurasan. (Web site)


  1. Razi was a free thinking Islamic philosopher, his idea on metaphysics was based on ancient Greek. (Web site)
  2. Razi was a Hakim, an alchemist and a philosopher.
  3. Razi is also the first to distinguish between smallpox and measles.
  4. Razi was a prolific writer, writing 184 books and articles in several fields of science.
  5. Razi was a strong proponent of experimental medicine and the beneficial uses of previously tested drugs. (Web site)


  1. Rumi is the author of a huge didactic work, The `Mathnawi’, and discourses, `Fihi ma Fihi’, written to introduce his disciples to metaphysics.
  2. Rumi is the author of six volume didactic epic work, the `Mathnawi' and discourses, `Fihi ma Fihi', written to introduce his disciples into metaphysics.
  3. Rumi was born in 1297 in Persia. (Web site)
  4. Rumi was born in Balkh (then a city of Greater Khorasan in Persia, now part of Afghanistan) and died in Konya (in present-day Turkey).
  5. Rumi was born in Wakhsh (Tajikistan) under the administration of Balkh in 30 September 1207 to a family of learned theologians.


  1. Tusi was one of the greatest scientists, mathematicians, astronomers, philosophers, theologians and physicians of his time.
  2. Tusi was a man of exceptionally broad knowledge.
  3. Tusi was able to use trigonometry to estimate the relative sizes and distances of the moon and sun centuries before the age of spaceflight. (Web site)
  4. Tusi was the first ( c. (Web site)

Ulugh Beg

  1. Ulugh Beg was a scientist, in particular a mathematician and an astronomer. (Web site)
  2. Ulugh Beg is a title, given to him in the Turkic-dominated Central Asian parts of the Timurid Empire.
  3. Ulugh Beg was a failure in more mundane affairs.
  4. Ulugh Beg was a grandson of Timur (known in the West as Tamerlane), a Tartar prince and ruler of Turkestan.
  5. Ulugh Beg was also notable for his work in astronomy-related mathematics, such as trigonometry and spherical geometry.

Abu Nasr Mansur

  1. Abu Nasr Mansur was a native of Gilan which is mentioned in The Regions of the World, a Persian geography book of 982. (Web site)
  2. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Gilan , Persia , to the ruling family of Khwarezm , the Banu Iraq .
  3. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Gilan to a ruling family of the region.
  4. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Gilan, History of Iran, to the ruling family of the Banu Iraq.
  5. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Khwarazm to a ruling family of the region.

Ahmed Ibn Sahl Al-Balkhi

  1. Ahmed ibn Sahl al-Balkhi was a pioneer of psychotherapy, psychophysiology and psychosomatic medicine.


  1. Ahvaz is the anagram of "Avaz" and "Avaja" which appear in Darius's epigraph.
  2. Ahvaz was close to the front lines and suffered badly during the war.
  3. Ahvaz was devastated in the bloody Mongol invasions of the 13th and 14th centuries.


  1. Zayn al-Din Sayyed Isma---il ibn al-Husayn al-Jorjani, also spelled al-Jurjani and Gorgani, was a 12th-century royal physician from Gorgan, Iran.
  2. The most thorough analysis of the art of poetry was made by 'Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani, who allowed equal weight to the idea and to the way it was expressed.


  1. Al-Khujandi was supported in his scientific work for most of his life by members of the Buyid dynasty. (Web site)


  1. Al-Mahani (born 820) conceived the idea of reducing geometrical problems such as duplicating the cube to problems in algebra.
  2. B A Rosenfeld, 'Geometric trigonometry' in treatises of al-Khwarizmi, al-Mahani and ibn al-Haytham, in Vestigia mathematica (Amsterdam, 1993), 305-308.
  3. Persian mathematician al-Mahani (b.


  1. Ali ibn Abbas al-Majusi, that is, the Magian, which means that he, or his father was of the Zoroastrian faith. (Web site)
  2. Ali ibn Abbas al-Majusi was a pioneer in psychophysiology and psychosomatic medicine.
  3. The Complete Book of the Medical Art (Kitab Kamil al-sina`ah al-tibbiyah) by `Ali ibn al-`Abbas al-Majusi (d. (Web site)


  1. Ahmad ibn 'Abdallah Habash al-Hasib al-Marwazi was a Persian astronomer and mathematician from Merv in Khorasan, Persia. (Web site)
  2. He accompanied Abu Ishaq al-Marwazi in fiqh and al-Shibli in tasawwuf, and took hadith from Ibn Khuzayma, Ibn Abi Hatim, Ibn al-Anbari, and others. (Web site)


  1. Here he imparted training to a large number of medical specialists, including Ibn al-Quff al-Masihi, the famous surgeon. (Web site)
  2. Abu Sahl al-Masihi, who was, as his name indicates, a Christian, wrote a number of medical treatises. (Web site)


  1. Shahab al-Din ibn ---Abd al-Karim Qivam al-Nagawri was a 14th century Persian physician. (Web site)
  2. Shihab al-Din al-Nagawri composed several Persian medical treatises, including a general handbook composed in 1392CE and a short dictionary of drugs. (Web site)


  1. It was he, we are told, who explained logic to his master al-Natili.
  2. Elements and logic with the famous mathematician Abu Abdallah al-Natili.
  3. Al Husain ibn Ibrahim ibn al-Hasan ibn Khurshid al-Tabari al-Natili, was a Persian physician from Tabaristan. (Web site)


  1. Al-Nayrizi was probably born in Nayriz which was a small town southeast of Shiraz now in central Iran. (Web site)
  2. Al-Nayrizi was probably born in Nayriz which was a small town southeast ofShiraz now in central Iran.


  1. Choose from a wide range of IBN al-Salah al-Shahrazuri and the isnad.
  2. The man al-Ashraf made the first professor was the [Shafi.sup.[subset]]ite legal scholar Ibn al-Salah al-Shahrazuri. (Web site)


  1. It is quite possible that 'Adud ad-Dawlah was al-Sijzi's patron since he was a leader well known for patronising the arts and science. (Web site)
  2. We mentioned above that al-Sijzi corresponded with al-Biruni.
  3. Abu Sa'id Ahmed ibn Mohammed ibn Abd al-Jalil al-Sijzi (short for al-Sijistani) was a Persian astronomer and mathematician. (Web site)


  1. Algebra Is a word derived from the Arabic source AlJabar and is the product of Arabic genius. (Web site)
  2. Algebra is a branch of mathematics concerning the study of structure, relation and quantity.
  3. Algebra is a kind of generalized arithmetic, in which numbers or quantities and operations, often also the results of operations, are represented by symbols. (Web site)
  4. Algebra is for example an Arabic word. (Web site)
  5. Algebra is used in many areas of mathematics, for example, matrix algebra and Boolean algebra (the latter is used in working out the logic for computers).


  1. Alhazen is a lunar impact crater that lies near the eastern limb of the Moons near side. (Web site)
  2. Alhazen is the first to show how an image is formed on the eye, using the camera obscura as an analog.
  3. Alhazen was a pioneer in optics, engineering and astronomy. (Web site)
  4. Alhazen was a pioneer in the scientific method by basing hypothesis upon systematic observation. (Web site)
  5. Alhazen was born at Basra, then part of Buwayhid Persia, now part of Iraq (See [1] and [2]), and probably died in Cairo, Egypt.

Ali Ibn Sahl Rabban Al-Tabari

  1. Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabari was a pioneer of pediatrics and the field of child development, which he discussed in his Firdous al-Hikmah.

Alireza Jafarzadeh

  1. Alireza Jafarzadeh is a controversial figure in Iranian politics.
  2. Alireza Jafarzadeh is an Iranian exile "who regularly reveals what he claims is inside information on Iran's nuclear program.
  3. Alireza Jafarzadeh: The IAEA is hoping that at this month meeting in Vienna, Iran would say ---ok. (Web site)


  1. Menurut Syekh Jawad Amuli, begitu pula jika amal kita dimulai dengan hamdalah, maka amal itu akan berujung dengan hamdalah pula.
  2. Berkenaan dengan hadis di atas, Syekh Jawad Amuli membagi amal-amal tersebut ke dalam dua macam perbuatan baik.


  1. The astrolabe is an example of an astronomical instrument that was derived from the Greeks but was improved by Islamic astronomers. (Web site)
  2. The astrolabe was a Greek invention.
  3. The astrolabe was a composite astronomical instrument which performed a variety of operations. (Web site)
  4. The astrolabe was used to read the position of the stars and planets.


  1. Astronomers are monitoring an asteroid named Apophis, which is about 140 metres long, which has a 1 in 45,000 chance of striking Earth on April 13, 2036.
  2. Astronomers are trying to determine if a fireball that streaked across the sky before exploding sent any meteorite particles falling towards the Earth.
  3. The astronomers were surprised to find this unique feature in Mira, a well-known star studied since the 16th century. (Web site)


  1. Attar is one of the most famous mystic poets of Iran, and was believed to have been killed during the Mongol invasion. (Web site)
  2. Attar is one of the most famous mystic poets of Iran. (Web site)
  3. Attar is one of the most mystic poets of Iran. (Web site)
  4. Attar was soul & Sanaei was his eyes--we came after Attar & Sanaei. (Web site)


  1. Yuhanna ibn Bukhtishu was the illegitimate son of Jabril Ibn Bukhtishu (d.
  2. Born in 777 CE as the son of a pharmacist and physician from Gundishapur, he came to Baghdad and studied under Jabril ibn Bukhtishu. (Web site)
  3. Yuhanna ibn Bukhtishu‘ was the illegitimate son of Bukhtishu‘ ibn Jibril (d. (Web site)


  1. Burzoe was a chess master and is said to have created the game "Backgammon" in its ancient version. (Web site)


  1. DAST is a fluorination reagent which is very selective for aldehydes, ketones and alcohols at room temperature. (Web site)
  2. The DAST is a useful assessment instrument for teachers interested in addressing stereotypes students may hold related to science. (Web site)


  1. The details are a little confusing to me, however, because of incomplete access to sources and rampant plagiarism.
  2. The details are rather unclear.
  3. The details are very sharp visible to the efficient sharpness. (Web site)
  4. The details were forwarded across the city after Richard Phillips, a senior associate at Baker & McKenzie, sent a message to secretary Jenny Amner. (Web site)

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