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Al-Farabi (c. 872–950): Islamic philosopher born in Persia. Major works include "The Virtuous City" and "The Book of Letters." Explored ethics, political philosophy, and metaphysics. Known for integrating Greek thought into Islamic philosophy, emphasizing virtue, and contributing to Neoplatonism.

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Author Item    More authors for concept
al-Farabi Community   Community
al-Farabi Estates of the Realm   Estates of the Realm
al-Farabi Eudemonia   Eudemonia
al-Farabi Governance   Governance
al-Farabi Recognition   Recognition
al-Farabi Religion   Religion
al-Farabi State (Polity)   State (Polity)
al-Farabi Virtues   Virtues

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-02-27