Farabi

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Farabi
Iranian Farabi.jpg
Dewlete İran
Karê cı Nuskar u Filozof
Biyayış 870, Farab
Merdış 970, Şam

Farabi (be Tırki: Farabi, be Farski: ابونصر محمد بن محمد فارابی; Abū Naṣr Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad Fārābī[1]) yew filozof u nuskaro Tırko.[2][3][4][5][6][7] Serra 870ıne de sûka Farabi de ameyo riyê dınya. Serra 970ıne de Şam de merdo. Cıgeyrayoğê Erebi Ibn Abī Uṣaibiʿa eserê xo de vano ki piyê El Farabi Farso. Ibn Abī Uṣaibiʿa merdumo verênio ke Farabi sero çi nuşto, biyoğrafiyê Farabi nuşto u serra 1269 de merdo.

Eseri[bıvurne | çımey bıvurne]

  • At-Ta’lim As Sanî wa İhsâu all-Ulûm
  • El-Madinat al-Fazila
  • As-Siyasah-al Madaniyyah
  • Risalah fi Ma'ani all Akl
  • Ihsa Al-Ulm Musiki Al-Kabir
  • Ketāb al-Musiqā al-Kābir
  • Ketâb Fi al-Musiqā
  • Al Moodhal Fi al-Musiqā
  • Ketâb Ustukesat
  • Alm Al-Musiqā
  • Ehsa al-Alm
  • Ketab Fi al-lhsâ al-Ikâ
  • Ketab al-Musiqā
  • Ketâb Ad-Advar
  • Ketab al-Farab

Referansi[bıvurne | çımey bıvurne]

  1. http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/farabi-i
  2. B.G. Gafurov, Central Asia:Pre-Historic to Pre-Modern Times, (Shipra Publications, 2005), 124; "Abu Nasr Farabi hailed from around ancient Farabi which was situated on the bank of Syr Daria and was the son of a Turk military commander".
  3. Will Durant, The Age of Faith, (Simon and Schuster, 1950), 253.
  4. Nicholas Rescher, Al-Farabi's Short Commentary on Aristotle's Prior Analytics, University of Pittsburgh Pre, 1963, p.11, Online Edition.
  5. Antony Black, The History of Islamic Political Thought: From the Prophet to the Present, Routledge, p. 61, Online Edition
  6. James Hastings, Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, Kessinger Publishing, Vol. 10, p.757, Online Edition
  7. * edited by Ted Honderich. (1995). The Oxford companion to philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 269. ISBN 0-19-866132-0 "Of Turki origin, al-Farabi studied under Christian thinkers"