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Fārābī

LC control no.n 80153725
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingFārābī
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Variant(s)Alpharabius
Alfarabius
Abennasar
Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Fārābī
Uzluk oğlu Farâbî
Fārābī, Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad
Abu Nasr Mukhammad alʹ-Farabi
Farabi, Abu Nasr Mukhammad
Abu-Nasr alʹ-Farabi
Abū Naṣr Fārābī
Alfarabi
Alfārābī, Abu Nasr
Abu Nasr Alfārābī
Avennasar
Abu Nasr Forobiĭ
Форобий, Абу Наср
Forobiĭ, Abu Nasr
alʹ-Farabi
Al-Faraby
Абу Насър Мухаммад ибн Мухаммад ал-Фараби
Abu Nasŭr Mukhammad ibn Mukhammad al-Farabi
aл Фараби
Abu Nasr Muhammet ibn Muhammet ibn Tarhan ibn Uzlug Faraby
Faraby, Abu Nasr Muhammet ibn Muhammet ibn Tarhan ibn Uzlug
Abū Naṣr Muḥammad bin Muḥammad bin Ṭarhkhān bin Ūzluġ al-Fārābī
Fārābī, Abū Naṣr Muḥammad bin Muḥammad bin Ṭarhkhān bin Ūzluġ al-
Phwarabi, Abu Nassr
Pharabi
פאראבי
أبو نصر الفارابي
الفارابي
فارابي
فرابي
Farabîy
Associated placeBaghdad (Iraq)
Birth date0870~
Death date0950~
Place of deathDamascus (Syria)
Profession or occupationMuslim philosophers Philosophers Musicologists Science
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inDer Musterstaat ... 1900.
O logicheskom uchenii alʹ-Farabi, 1982: t.p. (alʹ-Farabi) p. 3 (Abu Nasr Mukhammad alʹ-Farabi; b. ca. 870; d. 950)
Abu-Nasr alʹ-Farabi, 1982.
Chāvūshī, J.Ā. Kitābshināsī-i tawṣīfī-i Abū Naṣr Fārābī, 1978.
Aristotelian logic and the Arabic language in Alfarabi, 1990: CIP introd. (Abu Nasr Alfārābī; Alfarabius; Avennasar)
Teori politik al-Farabi dan masyarakat Melayu, 1991: t.p. (Al-Farabi) p. xiv (Abu Nasr al-Farabi) p. 2 (real name: Muhammad)
Fozil odamlar shaḣri, 1993: t.p. (Abu Nasr Forobiĭ)
Dukhovnoe nasledie alʹ-Farabi, 2001: verso t.p. (Al-Faraby [in rom.])
Saz ylmy, 2006: t.p. (Abu Nasr Muhammet ibn Muhammet ibn Tarhan ibn Uzlug Faraby; Abū Naṣr Muḥammad bin Muḥammad bin Ṭarhkhān bin Ūzluġ al-Fārābī)
Zindagīʻnāmah-i mashāhīr-i Īrān, 2007: p. 75-76, 82 (Abu Nassr Phwarabi [in rom.]; b. 839 AD.; d. 918 AD.) p. 4 of cover (Pharabi [in rom.])
Ming bir ruboiĭ, 2009: p. 18 (Abu Nasr Forobiĭ; AKA Abu Nasr Muḣammad ibn Muḣammad ibn Ŭzlugh Tarkhon Forobiĭ; b. 873; d. 950)
Encyclopedia of Islam, viewed via the WWW December 13, 2012 (al-Fārābī, one of the most outstanding and renowned Muslim philosophers; is said to have died at the age of eighty or more in 339/950 in Damascus)
Wikipedia, viewed December 13, 2012 (al-Farabi, c. 872 - between 14 December, 950 and 12 January, 951 in Damascus; spent almost his entire life in Baghdad)
The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought, accessed November 1, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (al-Farabi, Muhammad; Abu Nasr Muhammad ibn al-Farakh al-Farabi, or Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Tarkhan ibn Uzalagh al-Farabi, or Alpharabius; philosopher, musicologist, physical scientist; born 0870 C.E. in Kazakhstan or Persia or Afghanistan; invented a number of musical instruments and his pure Arabian tone system is still used in Arab music; developed a philosophy of religion based on Alexandrian school, Aristotle, Plato; his education consisted of linguistic studies (Arabic, Turkish, and Persian), jurisprudence, and religious studies (the Hadith and the Qur'an), mathematics, philosophy, and music; accepted the position of Qadi (judge) in Bukhara; left for Egypt and Baghdad to further his linguistics studies (901 C.E.); invited to the Imami court of King Sayf al-Dawlah, the Hamdani ruler of Aleppo (942 or 943 C.E.) and was part of a ruler's internal circle; recognized by his peers for his mastery and originality in logic and philosophy; his fame spread throughout the Islamic world; died 0950 C.E. in Damascus, Syria)
Felsefey Îslamîy, 2 015: title page (Farabîy)
Associated languageara