Figure 1: Modern portrait of Ibn Sina (Source).
Ibn Sina on EducationLEARN MORE
This study presents the theory of education in the philosophy of Ibn Sina, considered by ancient and modern...
Figure 1: A line sketch depicting Al-Biruni in a Turkish stamp. The stamp reads: "Ebû Reyhan El-Bîrûnî 973-1059".
Logical Necessities in Mixed Equations: 'Abd Al-Hamîd Ibn Turk and the Algebra of his TimeLEARN MORE
The famed Muslim scholar Al-Kwarazmi has long been known as the father of Algebra. In this article, Aydin...
Figure 1: The young Aydin Sayili. Courtesy of Dr. Hüseyin Gazi Topdemir.
In Memory of Aydin SayiliLEARN MORE
Aydin Sayilli (1913-1993) was an eminent historian of science whose pioneering work during a 50-year career...
Figure 1: Front cover of Lost History: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Scientists, Thinkers and Artists by Michael Hamilton Morgan (National Geographic books, 2007).
A Plea for the Recovery of the Forgotten History of Muslim HeritageLEARN MORE
This is a review of the book published in 2007 by Michael Hamilton Morgan, Lost History. The essay attempts...
Figure 1: The authors of the article: Aliya Khan (left), Ingrid Hehmeyer (right).
Islam’s Forgotten Contributions to Medical ScienceLEARN MORE
The transmission of medical knowledge can be traced to some of the earliest writings in human history. Yet a...
Figure 1: An illustration of a medical practitioner and a patient. (Source: Millet Kutuphanesi, Ali Emiri, nr. 79.).
Highly Valued Virtues of Classical Ottoman Turkish Medical Ethics: A View From Past to FutureLEARN MORE
Virtues such as modesty, contentedness, fidelity and hopefulness expected from a physician must be perceived...