Author: Murat Gülsoy
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Ibn Al Jazz R On Forgetfulness And Its Treatment

Author: Ibn al-Jazzār
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1 1-19), but only in the second passage (1l. 20-29). My explanation is that. iIn his
medical compendium Zäil al-nmsafir I, 14 (MS Dresden 209, fol. 21v), Ibn al-
Jazzär remarks that forget ful ness occurs mostly among old men in cold moist
countries. 2 See Sudhoff, Die Lehre von den Hirnventríkeln, esp. 153-7; Siegel,
Galen on psychology, 136, 143. 3Ullmann, Islamic Medicine, 63. in Aristotle's De
Memoria. Mvi^iY] means the rational activity of 17 Contents of the Risäla ß al-

Arabic Literature Of Africa

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1907-17), see Hamani (1989), 452. MSS: Jos, 172; Kaduna (NA), P/AR7/3. 3 . Ta'
rikh asl Itlsan [bi- ]wilayat amir Abzin. See Hamani (1989), 21. On the search for a
sultan in Istanbul and the expulsion of the Gobirawa from Air. MSS: Jos, 171;
Kaduna (NA), P/AR7/4. Trans. by Palmer in his Palmer in "Notes on some Asben
Records", and in BSS, 63-4, attributed to an unidentifiable "Assafarani". 4.
Tadhkirat al-nisyan. Chronicle of events covering the years 1094/1683 - 1192/

Tibeto Himalayan Languages Of Uttarkhand

Author: Devīdatta Śarmā
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... Person l'e l'e 1st Person nisi li/nisSn/ nisy3n Past Tense (only /ni-/) 3rd Person
nizu/ nisu nizu/nisu 2nd Person ninsu ninsu 1st Person nisu niniu Future Tense
3rd Person nisyan nisyan 2nd Person nisyan syari nisyan syar] 1st Person
nisyarisi nisyan-hSn I Sg- pi. 3rd Root+ — rjda — Vda 2nd.

Remember Me And I Will Remember You

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(Qur'an 3:101) Psychology, as it is practiced in Western societies, neglects or
pays little attention to the concept of the soul. As such, people forget their
gratitude to God for His hidaya and ni'mah, thereby forgetting to follow the straight
path: Remembrance (dhikr) leads to divine guidance, while forgetfulness (nisyan)
is deviation from the straight path. Nisyan is a state of one forgetting his true
nature, thereby diverging from the path of righteousness (Chittick 2005). However
, guidance ...

Women In Islam

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Forgetfulness. (nisyan). Forgetfulness is considered one of the impediments to
ascertaining the criminal intent inherent in the crime, solely involving God's right
and also removing the punishment of the hereafter. Forgetfulness however
cannot be an excuse for committing crimes that incur punishment for the
perpetrator. This is because to open such a door would prejudice the rights of the
public and would also render the law inactive (Awda 1997, vol. 1, pp. 430–440;
Awdah 1968/1388 ...

Essays In Arabic Literary Biography 1850 1950

Author: Roger M. A. Allen
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1976); Mahmud al-Masfadi (1911-2004) MOHAMED-SALAH OMRI Washington
University, St. Louis Ibrahim f Abd al-Qadir al-Mazini (1890-1949) WILLIAM
MAYNARD HUTCHINS Appalachian. WORKS Mawlid al-nisyan ("The Birth of
Forgetfulness", al-Mabahith, April-July 1945); al-Sudd ("The Dam", Tunis: Dar al-
Nashr li- Shamal IfrTqiya, 1955); Haddatha Abu Hurayrah qal... ("Abu Hurayrah
Told Us...", Tunis: al-Dar al-Tunisiyyah li'l- Nashr, 1974); Ta 'silan li-kiyan ("The
Authenticity ...

A History Of Medicine Byzantine And Islamic Medicine

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physicians generally distinguished only three ventricles, conforming to the
doctrine of the three faculties and three pneumata,20 although Ibn al-Gazzar (d.
1009) in his Risala fin-nisyan (translated by Constantinus Africanus with the title
Liber de oblivione, as we have seen in the preceding chapter) recognizes the
possible existence of four ventricles: The excellent doctors agree that the
activities of the intellect are threefold: imagination, thought, and memory; that the
brain consists of ...