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Figure 1: Spanish stamp of Ibn Hazm (Source) Abstract What fixes and preserves a nation’s language, as well as its sciences and its history,’ Ibn Hazm holds, `is simply the strength of its political power, accompanied by the happy welfare and leisure of its inhabitants.”[1]...
Abdesselam Cheddadi [1] Table of contents 1. The education system in Muslim societies 2. The Reproduction of Values 3. Training in Knowledge and Know-How 4. Learning the Arts 5. The Teaching of the Sciences 6. Conditions for Teaching 7. Pedagogical Principles 8. Methods an...
Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu, first published in 1001 Inventions website. *** The Author An imaginary drawing of Ibn Sina  (Source: Krueger, H.C.: Avicenna's poem on medicine. Springfield, Illinois; Charles C Thomas, 1963; p 52a)...
Figure 1. Elephant Clock in Ibn Battuta Mall, Dubai Note: Composed by Cem Nizamoglu and first published in 1001 Inventions website. *** Clocks and timekeeping were one of the most significant developments of Muslim civilisation. Scholars, inventors and craftsmen made innovati...

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