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Turkish Scholars in the Atlas of Philosophy

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Turkish Thinkers in the Atlas of PhilosophyPhilosophy Atlas

  1. Al Biruni
  2. Abu Hanifa
  3. Abul Vefa El Buzecani
  4. Akbar Jalaluddin
  5. Al-Farabi
  6. Al Ghazali
  7. Al Khayyam
  8. Ibn Sina
  9. Ibrahim Hakki Erzurumlu
  10. al-Maturidi
  11. Rumi Celaleddin
  12. Fixed B Curre
  13. Es Suhrawardi
  14. Et Tusi Nasiruddin
  15. Ulugh Beg
  16. Yusuf Has Hacib
  17. Ziya Gokalp
  1. Suburb of El Biruni Kas /Birun 973, Rey 955 (?), Gilan 995, Kas 997, Bukhara, Jürcan 999, Harizm (Kas and Gürgenc) 1003, Ghazni 1017-1050, Kabul, Kashmir and most likely Thanesar’ via Punjab. Traveling to India (accompanying Mahmud of Ghazni’s campaigns of conquest) to BC: Universal genius, astronomer and geographer (hermeneutical) Indologist and philosopher.
  2. Abu Hanifa Kufa 699, Mecca, Baghdad (prison) 767: Islamic theologian (theologian) and legal scholar (faqih)
  3. Abul Vefa El Buzecani Buzecan 940 in Khorasan, Baghdad 959-998, Astronomer and mathematician (trigonometry)
  4. Vesic 870 in Al Farabi Farab, Merv, Baghdad, Harran 910 and Aleppo 942, Egypt and Istanbul (?), Damascus or Aleppo 950: The prominent figure of the philosophy understanding in Islam (metaphysics, epistemology, at the same time political scientist) with Hellenistic influences ), (after Aristotle) ​​Second Master, Muallim-i Sani
  5. Al-Ghazali Tus 1058, Curjan and Nishapur, Baghdad 1085-95, Damascus, Jerusalem, Mecca and Medina, Tus 1097-1111; in between Nishapur1106-11: epistemology and philosophy critical Islamic theologian (mutakallim), jurist (faqih) and sufi mystic (mystic)
  6. El Harezmi Baghdad due to Kutrubbul (?) 780, 813-850 Baghdad. Astronomer and prominent Muslim mathematician. The person who recites Indian numerals.
  7. Al-Khayyam Nishapur 1050-1132, Samarkand 1070, Isfahan 1075 and Merv 1118. Free-spirited Islamic poet. Astronomer and mathematician.
  8. Efşene 980 of Ibn Sina Bukhara.Bukhara, Gürgenc 1003, Cürcan 1013, Reyy 1014, Hamadan 1015 and Isfahan 1023-37, Hamadan 1037: Muslim physician, medical textbook writer, judge/kadi and inspired by Hellenic culture in Islam most important figure of philosophy. It deeply influenced the Latin-speaking Middle Ages and New Age Persian philosophy.
  9. İbrahim Hakkı Erzurumlu Hasankale/Pasinler 1708 under Erzurum, Tillo/Aydinlar 1717-1780 under Siirt, between Erzurum and Mecca. Universal genius and mystic (reconciliation between scientific cosmology and the religion of Islam)
  10. El Maturidi Maturid 870 of Samarkand, 945 of Samarkand. Hanfi theologian, jurist and Qur’an commentator (interpreter), founder of Maturidiyya theology, which is named after him.
  11. Rumi Celaleddin Belh 1207, Samarkand 1212, Nishapur, Mecca, Malatya, Sivas, Akşehir 1219 and Larende of Karaman 1222 migrated to Konya 1228-1273. Great sufi poet (Persian) and mystic.
  12. Sait B Kurre Harran 836. Baghdad 901. Shaabi. Physician, astronomer and mathematician (numeral theory), Arabic translator of Hellenic texts.
  13. Es Suhreverdi Suhreverd 1154. Meraga and Isfahan. Greek/Anatolia, Aleppo 1183-1191. Şeyhül Üşrak (Master of Enlightenment), important sufi mystic and philosopher (Light Science, Hikmetül İşrak)
  14. Et Tusi Nashiruddin Tus 1201, Nishapur 1213-21, and Iraq (Mawsil/Mosul) Sertaht 1233 of Kermanshah, Meymundiz of Alamut (Ismailis fortress). 1245 and Qazvin 1256 in the Elburz Mountains. Baghdad (advisor of the Mongol conquerors) 1256, Meraga (observatory manager) 1259, Kazimeyn/Kazimiyye 1274 of Baghdad (remained in today): Universal genius, physician, legal scholar (faqih), mathematician and philosopher (faylesuf), Moral Doctrine (Ilmül Ahlak)
  15. Ulugh Beg is the grandson of Timur in Sultaniye 1394 in Zanjan, Samarkand 1409-1449. The highly educated monarch ordered the establishment of a university in 1420 and an observatory in 1425.
  16. Yusuf Has Hacib Balasagun and Kashgar 11th century. Poet and educator (ethics and medicine in the tradition of Ibn Sina), owner of the oldest work of Turkish-Islamic literature. (Celebrating Knowledge, Kutadgu Bilig)
  17. Ziya Gokalp Diyarbakir 1876. Istanbul and Thessaloniki. Istanbul 1913-18. Istanbul 1924. Writer and sociologist. One of the leading thinkers of modern Turkey.
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