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Young Ibn Sina’s story: Ibn-i Sina is an intelligent and curious boy with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, which leads him to interact with different characters who contribute to his education and training, making him one of the most renowned scholars in history.
Ibn-Sina [Avicenna] (ca. 970–1037) was the preeminent philosopher and physician of the Islamic world. In his work, he combined the disparate strands of philosophical/scientific thinking in Greek late antiquity and early Islam into a rationally rigorous and self-consistent scientific system that encompassed and explained all reality, including the tenets of revealed religion and its theological and mystical elaborations.
Abu Ali Al-Hussein Ibn Abdullah Ibn Sina, known in the West as Avicenna, was one of the most eminent Muslim physicians and philosophers of his day whose influence on Islamic and European medicine persisted for centuries. He was named by his students and followers as “Al Shaikh Al Ra’ees” or the master wise man. The Europeans called him the “Prince of Physicians”. As a thinker, he represented the culmination of the Islamic Renaissance and was described as having the mind of Goethe and the genius of Leonardo da Vinci.
Ibn Sina was born in 980 AD in the village of Afshanah near the city of Bukhara in Central Asia, the capital of the Samani kingdom at that time, in the present country of Uzbekistan. His father, Abdullah, was from the city of Balkh and worked as a local governor for a village near Bukhara. His mother was a Tadjik woman named Sitara. Abdullah realized that his son was a prodigy child and was keen on getting the best tutors for his genius son.
At the age of ten, he finished studying and memorizing the Koran by heart and was proficient in the Arabic language and its literature classics. In the following 6 years, he devoted his time to studying Islamic law and jurisprudence, philosophy, logic, and natural sciences. At the age of thirteen, he started studying the medical sciences. By the age of eighteen, he was a well-established physician and his reputation became well known in his country and beyond. He was quoted as stating: “Medicine is no hard and thorny science like mathematics and metaphysics, so I soon made great progress; I became an excellent physician and began to treat patients using approved remedies.
When the Sultan of Bukhara, Nuh Ibn Mansour of the Samanid dynasty, became seriously ill, Ibn Sina was summoned to treat him. After the recovery of the Sultan, Ibn Sina was rewarded and was given access to the royal library, a treasure trove for Ibn Sina who read its rare manuscripts and unique books thus adding more to his knowledge. After the Sultan’s death, and the defeat of the Samanid dynasty at the hands of the Turkish leader Mahmoud Ghaznawi, Ibn Sina moved to Jerjan near the Capsian Sea.
He lectured there on astronomy and logic and wrote the first part of his book “Al Qanun fi al Tibb”, better known in the West as “Canon”, his most significant medical work. Later, he moved to Al-Rayy (near modern Tehran) and had a medical practice there. He authored about 30 books during his stay there. He then moved to Hamadan. He cured its ruler Prince Emir Shams al-Dawlah of the Buyid dynasty of a severe colic. He became the Emir’s private physician and confidant and was appointed as a Grand Viser (Prime Minister). When Shams al-Dawlah died, Ibn Sina wrote to the ruler of Isfahan for a position at his court.
When the Emir of Hamadan became aware of this, he imprisoned Ibn Sina. While in prison, he wrote several books. After his release, he went to Isfahan. He spent his final years serving its ruler Emir Ala al-Dawlah. He died in 1037 AD at the age of 57. He was buried in the city of Hamadan. A monument was erected in that city near the site of his grave.
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