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    Title During the 14th Century, a medieval traveler named Ibn Battuta journeyed through what would be 40 modern-day countries over the course of 26 years. Being a nomad type traveler, Battuta was identified as, “The Traveler of the Age” . Ibn began his travels in his birthplace, Tangier, Morocco. Heavily educated as a child, Ibn was born in a family of qadis (judges) who nurtured academically. Battuta’s education began at the age of six, where he started learning literature using the Qu’ran. Battuta

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    History Journals

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    History Journals The library I selected to conduct my search for History journals was at the University of Buffalo, Amherst Campus. Having made trips there on two separate occasions and having skimmed quickly through perhaps twenty or so different journals I eventually selected a handful that I felt were a good representation of what to expect in a history journal. These were soft or hard cover ranging from a lean 100 pages to a robust 500 page book. Also I conducted further research on the internet

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    “Animal experiments are part of history, but history is where they belong.” says the Humane Society International on the issue of animal testing. Animal testing has been going on for centuries and many experts are debating the issue (“About”).There are two main things an animal is tested for, new medical technology and beauty products. People against the use of animals for experimentation are called antivivisectionists. Some people say animal testing is cruel and unfair, while scientists argue that

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    It is the year of 2016, medical researchers have come a long way compared to 50 years ago. Animal research is at its all time high when it comes to research money and the use of animal testing. Activists are speaking out left and right claiming, animals are only suffering and being killed with tremendous pain and unethically. Millions of animals are being tested every year and laws are not helping at all. Most institutions want to mention that they follow the laws for animals and they follow the

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    Essay On Ibn Battuta

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    14th century Islamic traveler Ibn Battuta, it is impossible to ignore the impact that his voyages in the 1350-60s had on the social and cultural development of the Mali Empire and its neighbors. But even more significant was the impact of these travels to the upper classes living in his native Morocco and in the Arabic birthplace of Islam, who would grow to have great power and prestige across Africa and the East. Several decades after earlier voyages to East Africa, Ibn Battuta made one of his last

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    The Kingdom of Mali was an African hub of wealth, trade and education for over 225 years. Mali is an Arab version of the Mandinka word that means, “Where the king dwells”, and was vitally important in spreading trade, education, religion and culture along the Niger River. The rise of Mali into an Empire occurred in the early 13th century, when Sundiata defeated his enemies and won control of the West African gold mines. In 1312 Mansa Musa became ruler of Mali. During his reign which was known

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    Hegel Essay Analysis

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    In this passage from Hegel he is saying that freedom is terribly misunderstood in it's formal subjective sense, and has been far removed from its essential purpose and goals. People think they should be able to do whatever they want and that is what freedom is, and that anything limiting there desires, impulses , and passions is a limit of there freedom. Hegel is saying this is not true, but these limitations are simply the condition from which they must free themselves from, and that society and

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    Herophilos: The Father of Modern Science

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    Herophilos, the Father of Modern Science: A Brief Biography In Ancient Greece 335 B.C.E. a child was born in Chalcedon. This child would one day become one of the most influential parts of modern science and medicine as we know it. The baby boy’s name was Herophilos. Not much is known about Herophilos except that he moved away from Chalcedon (now Turkey) and moved to Alexandria early in his life (1). When Herophilos finished his education he became a teacher and an author (1). There are

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    Pros of Animal Experimentation

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    in Spain, Ibn Zuhr, an Arab physician who made use of animal experimentation that led to testing the effectiveness of surgical procedures, first on animals, and then applying the information to human patients. Though most of his testings were on goats, much of his research went into postmortem autopsies and dissections. (Hajar) (Naik) In modern times, the experimentation on animals has led to just as many advances in medical science as there are in veterinary science and practice. Ibn Zuhr paved

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    Utopia and Il Muqaddimah

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    confuse this role because it leads to his downfall as well as those who look up to him. Works Cited More. “Utopia.” Ed. Paul Davis. Gary Harrison. David M. Johnson. John F. Crawford. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2009. Page Range:1706-1725. Print. Ibn Khaldun. “Il Muqaddimah.” Ed. Paul Davis. Gary Harrison. David M. Johnson. John F. Crawford. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2009. Page Range:1732-1739. Print.

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