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  • Al Farâbi —     Avec Al Farâbi, qui, né vers la fin du IXe siècle, enseigna à Bagdad et mourut à Alep vers 950, le péripatétisme arabe a noué d’un lien indissoluble la théorie du Ciel, celle des Intelligences motrices et celle du Prophétisme. Disons que,… …   Philosophie du Moyen Age

  • Al-Farabi University — Al Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakh: Əл Фараби атындағы Қазақ Ұлттық Университеті/ Äl Farabi atındağı Qazaq Ülttık Universïteti ), also called KazGU or KazNU, is a university in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is the country s primary and largest …   Wikipedia

  • Al-Farabi, Abu Nasr — (or Abunaser ) (c. 870–950) The ‘second teacher’ after Aristotle of Islamic philosophy. Al Farabi was one of the first philosophers to transmit Aristotelian logic to the Islamic world. He wrote extensively on logic, and expanded Aristotle s… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • FĀRĀBĪ, ABŪ NAṢR MUḤAMMAD, AL-° — (c. 870–c. 950), one of the greatest philosophers of the medieval Islamic world. Al Fārābī had considerable influence on Jewish philosophers, particularly maimonides . Having spent most of his life in baghdad , he became associated in 942 with… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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