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Wisdom Words by Farabi (870-950)

“Thinking is the soul talking to itself…”
He who talks a lot should be listened less
Society becomes happy with justice and love
The fate of man is directly related to what he knows. Knowing enables people to make better choices.
Some people don’t need a guide. Some people need too much.
Seek knowledge, follow it. The thing that will carry you the highest is knowledge.
Are you in, so you are afraid of disappearing?
People have a duty to love each other. Lovelessness is the root of all evil.
Human is made up of friends.
A society with people helping each other is the most perfect society.
Man is an obstacle to his own truth.
As long as a person does not force himself to do something, he always moves in the direction of what is easy.
Stay away from people whose conversation is useless.
Some even see nothing when awake.
Perfect goals are beautiful goals.
Give importance to science to know.
What is beautiful is virtuous purposes.
An evil person is a person who has lost contact with his soul.
Who is the ignorant person? An ignorant person is a person who does not use his mind to educate and learn.
You will be happy if you know how to share what you have.
To discover who you are, you must first discover perfection.
If you let go of the excess and everything that keeps you busy, you will find peace.
Love is transformative. It is absolute goodness. He who does not know how to love and be loved does not know this.
The government exists for the people.
Evil is the product of choice and will.
Respect is the most indispensable pillar of a society.
To love is to value.
Reason is the highest value that a person can have.
A person who cannot use his mind will remain in the darkness and will not see anything.
The reason you feel bad or good is what you think. Because feeling starts with thinking.


“Thinking is the soul talking to itself…”

Farabi, who was born to a Turkish family one thousand and fifty years ago and wrote countless works in the fields of music, philosophy, botany, mathematics and logic throughout his life, was accepted as the “second teacher” after Aristotle, who was accepted as a “teacher” in the world of science and thought.

It has deeply influenced not only philosophers but also countless scientists, and has been a source of inspiration for movements and inventions.

Although he was close to the palace as a member of a wealthy family, he completely rejected the political will and devoted himself to science. Continuing his life with only one meal a day, Farabi endeavored to spend every second of his time with science.

Because, according to Farabi, man is obliged to seek knowledge. He has to find knowledge, learn it and explain it.

Even if science is in China, it is necessary to get up and pursue it. If a person does not live for science, he lives a meaningless and unhappy life in agony. Farabi’s inspiring life and works are exemplary in terms of confronting the meaningful and meaningless efforts of our age and reconstructing a life fiction.

Who is Farabi?

Why Farabi?
What is human?
Aristotle and Farabi
What did Farabi do?
See and understand
Farabi and Islam
What did Farabi do?
For real happiness, it is necessary to know how to let go of the excess.
Farabi and friendship
What did Farabi do?
Understand and seek
Accept and do
What did Farabi do?
Beautify the world
Unless a person has the ability to distinguish between good and bad, beautiful and ugly, he cannot complete the process of being human.
Farabi and knowledge
People and anxiety
Man and evil
Farabi and music
Farabi and the mind
Farabi and happiness
Incomplete and flawed political regimes lead to morally flawed and flawed lives
Farabi and ignorant person
Human and society in Farabi
State and society (justice and love)
Artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic and Farabi
Philosophy and love
The greatest of virtues is science.
Farabi and see
To feel


Al-Farabi (870-950). (Kazakhstan) Vesic 870 in Farab, Merv, Baghdad, Harran 910 and Aleppo 942, Egypt and Istanbul (?), Damascus or Aleppo 950: The prominent figure of the understanding of philosophy in Islam with Hellenistic influences (metaphysics, epistemology, the same also a political scientist), (after Aristotle) ​​Second Master, Muallim-i Sani. Known in the west from the Otrar region of modern Kazakhstan, Alfarabius is referred to as the “second teacher” after Aristotle. Farabi, the great explorer of logic, has constructed every field of knowledge.




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