Figure 1: Statue of Ibn Khaldun in Tunis. (Source).
The Economic Theory of Ibn Khaldun and the Rise and Fall of NationsLEARN MORE
The economic theory of Ibn Khaldun and the rise and fall of nations, Selim Cafer Karatas, Ibn Khaldun on...
Figure 1a-b: Two views from Kitab al-filaha of Ibn al-Awwâm: (a) manuscript page (Source) and front cover of the edition and Spanish translation by Joseph Antonio Banqueri (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1802). (Source). The Kitab al-Filahah al-Andalusiyah (The Book of Andalusian Agriculture) by Abu Zakariya Yahya ibn Muhammad ibn al-Awwam al-Ishbili (d. 1185) consists of 35 chapters dealing with agronomy, cattle and poultry raising, and beekeeping. It deals with 585 plants; explains the cultivation of more than 50 fruit trees; and includes many valuable observations on soils, manures, plant grafting, and plant diseases.
Gleanings from the Islamic Contribution in AgricultureLEARN MORE
The Islamic tradition of agriculture, whether in the form of the outstanding progress in agriculture...
Figure 1: A page from a manuscript of Ibn Khaldun's autobiography Al-ta'rif bi-Ibn Khaldun wa-rihlatuhu sharqan wa gharban. (Source).
Ibn Khaldun and Adam Smith: Contributions to Theory of Division of Labor and Modern Economic ThoughtLEARN MORE
The contributions of Ibn Khaldun to the development of economic thought have gone largely unnoticed in the...
A famous signed sketch of Hypatia, included as an insert in Elbert Hubbard's pamphlet Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Teachers, vol. 23, no 4, 1908.
Women's Contribution to Classical Islamic Civilisation: Science, Medicine and PoliticsLEARN MORE
While there are numerous works on the role of Muslim women in jurisprudence (fiqh) and literature and there...
The imaginary portrait of Ibn Khaldun in a Tunisian 10 Dinar banknote. (Source).
Ibn Khaldun’s Theory of Taxation and its Relevance TodayLEARN MORE
Ibn Khaldun's theory of taxation has been considered one of his most important contributions to economic...