Figure 1: Illuminated page from the Kitab Ihya' ‘Ulum al-Din (Revival of the Religious Sciences), Al-Ghazali's great masterpiece. Manuscript preserved in Tunisia's National Library, Tunis. (Source).
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It is often supposed in Islamic studies that Al-Ghazali demolished the basis for science in the Muslim world...
Figure 1: Location map showing Kerala in India.
Kerala Mathematics and Its Possible Transmission to EuropeLEARN MORE
The Kerala School of astronomy and mathematics was an Indian school of mathematics and astronomy founded by...
Figure 1: Ibn al-Haytham (here Alhasen) sharing with Galileo the honour of holding up the title page of Hevelius' Selenographia, pub¬lished in 1647. Note the image of the brain on the plinth below Ibn al-Haytham. Image courtesy of the library of the Royal Society.
Arabic Roots of the Scientific RevolutionLEARN MORE
It is well known nowadays that modern Scientific Revolution benefited indirectly from the theories, results...
Figure 1: Sultan Murad III's firman about al-Tusi's book Tahrir Kitab usul al-Handasa li-Uqlidis printed in Italy in 1594.
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The works of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi have always attracted the interest of Ottoman scholars as early as the 14th...
Figure 1: Professor Peter Adamson. (Source).
Natural Philosophy in the Islamic WorldLEARN MORE
In the following short report, we present a summary of the lecture presented by Professor Peter Adamson in...
Figure 1: Diagram from Kamal al-Din al-Farisi's great work Kitab Tanqih al-Manazir li-dhawi al-absar wa-‘l-basa'ir in which he edited the famous drawing of the nervous system from Kitab al-Manazir of Ibn al-Haytham. Source: Tanqîh al-Manazir, Istanbul, Topkapi Palace Museum Library, Ahmed III, MS 3340, folio 16a.
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This is a very short note summarizing the lecture presented by Dr Saira Malik in the Muslim Heritage...