Figure 1: Imaginary portrait of Al-Ghazali. (Source).
Al-Ghazali's Theory of EducationLEARN MORE
Al-Ghazali (1058-1111) was one of the most influential Muslim thinkers. A jurist, logician, theologian, and...
Figure 1: Modern imaginary portrait of Al-Farabi (Source).
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Throughout the ages thinkers have raised the question of what the human being ought to learn in order to be...
Figure 9: Laila and Majnun at School: Page from the Khamsa of Nizami (Quintet of Nizami), dated 835 H/1431–32 CE from Timurid Afghanistan (Herat), painted possibly by Mir Khalil. (Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; ink, opaque watercolors, and gold on paper) (Source).
The Ethical Theory of Education of Ahmad MiskawayhLEARN MORE
Abu `Ali Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Ya'qub Miskawayh (932-1030) is a brilliant intellectual and philosopher of 10th...
Figure 1: Modern portrait of Ibn Sina (Source).
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This study presents the theory of education in the philosophy of Ibn Sina, considered by ancient and modern...
Figure 1: Front cover of Medieval Islamic Economic Thought: Filling the 'Great Gap' in European Economics, edited by S.M. Ghazanfar (Routledge and Curzon, 2003).
A ‘Gap-Filling’ Book on Islamic Economic ThoughtLEARN MORE
This book is a collection of previously-published papers on the origins of economic thought discovered in the...