Farabi, Abu Nasr al-

(c. 870—950)

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(c.870–950), regarded by contemporaries as the greatest expositor of Plato and Aristotle and by modern scholars as one of the greatest Islamic philosophers, spent most of his productive life in Baghdad.


Subjects: Islam — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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