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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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    research

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    The Empire of Mali in West Africa and the Republic of Venice in Italy served as highly influential cultural centers of their times. Though they flourished in different regions of the world with massive geographic separation, many important characteristics of these two cultures are strikingly alike. Naturally the two societies have noteworthy differences as well; this is unavoidable when examining cultures from entirely different continents. Through their similarities as well as their disparities

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    Jahanpanah Research Paper

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    Jahanpanah – literally, ‘Refuge of the World’ –is often known as the fourth city of Delhi. The walls of Jahanpanah were constructed by Muhammad Tughlak in 1328 A.D. It is believed that the sultan (a megalomaniac) desired to unify the scattered urban settlements in the area : the old city of Lal Kot, the military cantonment of Siri, and the citadel of Tughlaqabad into one city by enclosing them within a single walled area. After building a part of it, he gave up the rest due to the huge expenses

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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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    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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    Animal Testing Essay

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    animal testing is the only choice of truly understanding human nature and keeping people alive. Animal testing first began in the 2nd century, AD. A roman physician, Galen, endlessly tested animals to advance human science. Later, an Arab physician, Ibn Zuhr tested surgical procedures on animals to understand how to safely practice on humans. Later on, Andreas Vesalius would teach his students about organs by publicly cutting open live dogs as well as other animals. History has a long record of animals

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    A COMPARISON OF DIVERGENT, THE MOVIE, AND DIVERGENT, THE BOOK 1. Divergent, the Book Divergent is a science fiction novel written by a female author, Veronica Roth. It is the debut in a trilogy by the same author and the series is known as Divergent Universe. The others are Insurgent and Allegiant. Divergent was published in 2011 by HarperCollins Children’s Books. It is targeted at young adults and is set in a post-apocalyptic scene which requires a relatively imaginative mind in order to be in sync

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    Islamic Influence in Western Medicine

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    Once Muslims fled Europe they left knowledge of great medical thinkers, concepts of hospitals, how doctors should be educated, and how disease should be treated and prevented. Works Cited 1) Masic, Izet, et al. "Why historians of medicine called Ibn al-Nafis second Avicenna?." Medicinski Arhiv 62.4 (2008): 244-249. MEDLINE. EBSCO. Web. 31 Jan. 2010. 2) Selin, Helaine, 1946-, and Hugh Shapiro. Medicine across cultures : history and practice of medicine in non-Western cultures. Kluwer Academic Publishers

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    the rise of wahhabism

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    Saudi Arabia, is Wahhabism. Wahhabism has a fairly negative connotation within the Western world; however, this sect was highly influential and continues to be esteemed by the royal Saudi family. This orthodox reform movement was founded by Muhammad ibn Abdel Wahhab, a Salafi scholar, during the eighteenth century in response to “what he perceived as the moral decline of his society” (Blanchard). Abdel Wahhab impacted the Arabian Peninsula through a serious of reforms, aiming to return to and strengthen

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    When looking at the Abbasid caliphate, the mere thought of an Islamic age of scientific learning characterizes the time period with several caliphs endorsing the arts passionately. These caliphs, specifically Al Mansur and Haroun Al-Rashid, all looked at the arts with an intense, burning awareness in that their values, priorities, and personality traits that distinguish their reigns differ quite significantly. Despite Haroun Al Rashid’s brief glimpses of rage that changes the view of the audience

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