Philosophy creates keys to the locks of human existence
unveiling the essence of consciousness
Alpharabius (Al Farabi)
Alpharabius (Al Farabi), born in 874 AD, was known as the second guru after Aristotle, whom the Arab philosophers referred to as the first. Alpharabius is a prominent figure in history and Arab-Islamic culture, as well as home to various ethics and cultures. Alpharabius is regarded as the founder of Islamic philosophy, and his works have been translated into numerous different languages.
Al-Kindi was born in the year 185AH/801 AD in the city of Kufa and received his scientific and philosophical education in Baghdad. He possessed a had a sharp mind, was an avid reader, and was dedicated to learning. As a result, he became an expert in the fields of literature, language, and religion. Dubbed the philosopher of the Arabs, he was the first among the Arabs to pursue early science.
Averroes (Ibn Rushd)
Averroes (Ibn Rushd), born in Cordoba in the year 1126 AD, is a judge, physician, and philosopher. He was interested in science, learned jurisprudential sciences from the most influential jurists of his time, and was the author of Kitab Al Kulliyat fi Al-Tibb (The Complete in Medicine). Averroes is regarded as one of philosophy’s loyal defenders and deniers.
I’m glad I joined the Philosophical Writing Program. The truth is that philosophical writing is creative writing that asks many questions and provides multiple answers that stimulate conscious critical thinking.