|Titel:||Ibn Sina wal Ilm al Nafs|
|Autor:||Hasan Yahya Ph.ds|
|Verlag:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
Arabische Literatur (Ihyaa al Turath al Arabi fil Mahjar, Band 51)
Ibn Sina was called in Europe, the prince of Medicine in addition to his post as great Muslim philosopher. His encyclopedic nature includes philosophy besides Medicine. The most famous books in that field are: The Canon of Medicine, and al-Shifa’. In this series on Ibn Sina, (7 books) we are proud to introduce his work on psychology, Medicine, and treating human body parts as bones, muscle, nerves, arteries as well as his research methods and influence on the West. This series is part of Ihyaa al Turath al Arabi fil Mahjar (Revival of Arab heritage in Diaspora) project supported by the Arab American Encyclopedia originated by the managing editor. The Author is a well known Arab American scholar, poet, and author of more than 200 books, who initiated the project as well as the Arab American Encyclopedia. Dr. Yahya resides in Michigan-USA, and has four children and ten grandchildren.