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AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AVICENNA
BIOGRAPHY OF AVICENNA IN CONTINUATION OF THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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Abu 1-Qasim Abu Mansur Abu Ubaid accidental element according achieve acquired active cause actually after-life al-Mulk al-Natili Almagest Amir animal faculties appetite apprehend Arab attain Attributes augment His Essence Avicenna Balkh belongs bodily Bukhara Buyid called Abu colic commandment composed compound continued converse corporeal death desire disposition Divine element of essentiality emanated established existence external final cause follows formal cause function God's Gurganj habit Hamadhan happiness imperfection intellectual Intelligence Isfahan Islam Khurasan kind Kitab knowledge known Koran lawgiver Logic Majd al-Daula Master means misery necessary noblest not-being numbers object observations pain perfection philology philosopher physical pleasure possessed predestination prescribed Proof Prophet pure Qanun Qazwin Quiddity quire Raiy rational soul realized reason receptive cause religious require resurrection returned reward salat Samanid secret senses sensual Shams al-Daula Shi'ite Shifa sort spirit substance Sufi supervening thing Transoxania treatise true truth worship yearning