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The Unity of Science in the Arabic Tradition - Science, Logic, Epistemology and their Interactions
the demise of the logical positivism programme. The answers given to these qu- tions have deepened the already existing gap between philosophy and the history and practice of science. While theExpand
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Introduction: The Major Breakthrough in Scientific Pratice
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The neglect of the Arabic tradition in philosophy of science is a major a gap not only in the development of science but a fundamental flaw in the writing of its history and philosophy caused by the total reduction of epistemology to political and social history of science. Expand
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Al Kindi and the universilisation of Knowledge through mathematics
The Arabic-Islamic tradition is founded on the following new epistemic attitude that reinvents knowledge: to learn from the contributions of previous civilisations through the systematic survey ofExpand
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WHEN THE PRESENT MISUNDERSTANDS THE PAST HOW A MODERN ARAB INTELLECTUAL RECLAIMED HIS OWN HERITAGE
  • H. Tahiri
  • History
  • Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
  • 1 March 2018
Abstract The beginning of the 20th century has witnessed a significant development that has renewed and stimulated the long passionate historical relationship between two great civilisations whichExpand
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The Birth of Scientific Controversies The Dynamics of the Arabic Tradition and Its Impact on the Development of Science: Ibn al-Haytham's Challenge of Ptolemy's Almagest
  • H. Tahiri
  • Computer Science, Philosophy
  • The Unity of Science in the Arabic Tradition
  • 2008
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The so-called Copernican revolution is Kuhn’s most cherished example in his conception of the non-cumulative development of science. Expand
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The Logico-Epistemic Construction of Numbers
According to Ibn Sīnā’s epistemic standpoint, essences such as humanity or white cannot be formed by abstraction from perceiving concrete things; since as he argues above, when a specific human beingExpand
Ibn Sīnā and the Reinvention of Epistemology
Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn Ibn ʿAbd Allāh Ibn Al-Ḥasan ibn ‘Ali Ibn Sīnā was born in 980 CE/370 AH in his mother’s home village of Afshana near Bukhārā, the capital of the Sāmānid dynasty in central AsiaExpand
Ibn Sīnā’s Basic Theory of Knowledge
One decisive point in Ibn Sīnā’s strategy is to acknowledge that numbers are objects. Furthermore, if they are objects they possess (some kind of) reality.
Al Kindi and the universilisation of Knowledge through mathematics
  • H. Tahiri
  • Mathematics, Philosophy
  • 15 November 2014
The Arabic-Islamic tradition is founded on the following new epistemic attitude that reinvents knowledge: to learn from the contributions of previous civilisations through the systematic survey ofExpand
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