Figure 1: Sultan Murad III's firman about al-Tusi's book Tahrir Kitab usul al-Handasa li-Uqlidis printed in Italy in 1594.
The Influence of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi on Ottoman Scientific LiteratureLEARN MORE
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.
The Influence of Ibn al-Haytham on Kamal al-Din al-FarisiLEARN MORE
This is a very short note summarizing the lecture presented by Dr Saira Malik in the Muslim Heritage...
Figure 1: A folio from the Akhlaq-i Nasiri, a philosophical treatise written by Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, the prestigious scientist and intellectual. (Source).
Trevor Hilder: A Story About Sustainable HistoryLEARN MORE
After briefly describing his work background, Trevor Hilder tells the story of the young man who set out to...
Figure 1: Timeline (in CE) of Ibn al-Nafis in relation to some of his contemporaries and predecessors. The filled-in event box is for Ibn al-Nafis, the dotted-boundary box for his professor Muhadhdhab al-Din al-Dakhwar and the dashed-boundary box for Ibn al-Quff, one of his most famous students.
Contributions of Ibn al-Nafis to the Progress of Medicine and UrologyLEARN MORE
This primary-source study of four medical works of the 13th century Muslim scholar Ibn al-Nafis confirmed...
Figure 2: Illustration depicting Ibn al-Haytham by Hanane Kai. (Source).
Nader El-Bizri: Ibn al-Haytham - An IntroductionLEARN MORE
This presentation focused on the historical and epistemic bearings of the scientific legacy of the celebrated...