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One of the greatest names of the falasifa-helenistically inspired philosophy-was Abdullah Ibn sina Avicenna. He was the first physician who performed treatment by injecting a needle under the skin and the first who used anesthesia before performing surgery.

He describes what he says are the ” four causes ” of illness, based on Aristotelian philosophy: Avicenna in Renaissance Italy: Medicine in fol medieval Islamic world. Massive translation and copying projects made Greek, Roman, and Sanskrit knowledge available to Islamic scholars across the empire.

In this experimental method, the true genius of Ibn Sina’s originality could be seen; in it is his glory not only as a doctor, but as a philosopher, since many of his philosophical teaching came out from his scientific method. He recognizes diseases as disbalances in function and classifies them in disease of temperament, humor and structural patterns.

Ostler states that it was the later of these, also known as Gerard de Sabloneta, who translated the Qanun and other medical works into Latin in the 13th century. The characteristics of the islamic civilization and science The scientific contribution of the Islamic scholars to the scientific world is immense; from trigonometry and algebra to optics, chemistry, astronomy and other scientific disciplines.


Medicine is described as “hot” or “cold”, not based upon its actual temperature but with regard to how it relates to the temperament of the human body.

Avicenna credits Galen with this particular list. What is the value of Ibn Sina’s medicine in the modern time?

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For example, blood was considered “hot” as was mentioned earlier, therefore youth is assumed to be hot partially due to blood being more “plentiful” and “thicker”, according to Avicenna. The Canon was translated into Latin by Gerardo de Cremona, an Italian ifl of Arabic scientific works, and had 15 Latin editions.

There is also no doubt that science cannot be perfected at once, but it takes phases and steps. The following table is provided for the four periods of life: Ibn Sina’s theory about the interaction of 4 causes explains disease as a product of 1 heritage, 2 environment, 3 strength of constitution and quality of temperament, 4 the strain of nature towards life and the integrity of function.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to The Canon of Medicine. The nature of knowledge presented in the Canon: He claims that Ibn Sina discovered the blood stream yers before William Harvey. Bitter taste Excessive qaonon Burning cardiac orifice. Muslims inherited Greek medicine through two different schools: However, Ibn Sina implemented in his logic besides Aristotles also materials from Galen and the Stoics.

In qanoln books Kitab al-Ishart wal-Tanbihat and Kitab al-Najat The Book of Remarks and Admonitions and The Book of SalvationIbn Sina presented his theory of intelligence and its relation toward the theory of intuition, and the first speaks about the floating man.

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qanokn There are rules on personal hygiene, and a complete lack of wl sanitary measures. The Canon then describes when temperaments are unequal, in other words, illness.


Avicenna believed that the human body cannot be restored to health unless the causes of both health and disease are determined. Walking has been learnt, but is not steady. Avicenna describes healthy blood as “red in colour, has no unpleasant odour, and has a very sweet taste. Know yourself; only that Shall show you the border between good and evil. This division was strictly respected, even though this kind of organization was confusing in some cases.

The reflections are seen in the verses of the poet Khusraw, Ibn Sina’s contemporary: The Canon says, for example, that females are colder and more moist. From the scientific point of view, the specific strength and weakness of the Cannon lies in the passion of observing, classifying and generalizing.

A principle is defined as something that precedes, that represents the true positive influence on a consequence. Book 5 the Formulary lists compound drugs, [2] [8]: According to Ibn Sina, by comprehending the cause from the consequence we cannot comprehend the essence of the cause, but only the facts.

Perhaps, their most significant single achievement was the establishment of medicine as a science based on observation and experimentation, rather than on conjecture.

The answer to this question differs widely among the researchers. This expanded theory of four temperaments is given in the following fll