FARABI, Abu Nasr Muhammad


FARABI, Abu Nasr Muhammad
(d. 950 aged about 80)
   famous Turkish philosopher who settled in Baghdad who wrote commentaries on ARISTOTLE, his "teacher." He was also influenced by NEO-PLATONISM and PLATO'S Republic. He argued that REASON was superior to FAITH and that PROPHECY was a gift which supplemented RATIONAL faculties.

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