Farabi - His Life - Works and Influence

  • Farabi: His Life, Works and Influence

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    Abu Nasr al-Farabi (870-950), generally referred to in the Arabic sources as the Second Teacher (al-Muallim al-Thani), occupies a unique position in the history of philosophy, as the link between Greek philosophy and Islamic thought. His standing in the history of Aristotelian logic is pivotal; no logician of any significance arose anywhere during the period separating Boethius (d. 525), the Roman consul, who translated Aristotle's logical works into Latin, and Ab'lard (d. 1141) in Western Europe.



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