Ibn Khaldun

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Ibn Khaldun
Ère Ibn Khaldun ní Tunis
OrúkọIbn Khaldun
Ìbí27 May, 1332 AD / 732 AH
Aláìsí19 March 1406 AD / 808 AH
ÌgbàMedieval era
AgbègbèMuslim scholar
Ẹ̀ka-ẹ̀kọ́Maliki madhab,
Islamic economic jurisprudence
Ìjẹlógún ganganSocial Sciences, Sociology, History, Historiography, Cultural History, Philosophy of History, Demography, Diplomacy, Economics, Islamic Studies, Military Theory, Philosophy, Politics, Statecraft, Theology
Àròwá pàtàkìForerunner of demography, historiography, cultural history, philosophy of history, sociology, social sciences, and modern economics. Developed theories of Asabiyyah and the rise and fall of civilizations.

Ibn Khaldūn or Ibn Khaldoun (orúkọ lẹ́kúnrẹ́rẹ́, Lárúbáwá: أبو زيد عبد الرحمن بن محمد بن خلدون الحضرمي‎, Abū Zayd ‘Abdu r-Raḥman bin Muḥammad bin Khaldūn Al-Hadrami, (May 27, 1332 AD/732 AH – March 19, 1406 AD/808 AH) jẹ́ ará agbègbè Àríwá Afíríkà onímọ̀púpọ̀ [1][2]

Àwọn ìtọ́kasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Liat Radcliffe, Newsweek (cf. The Polymath by Bensalem Himmich, The Complete Review).
  2. Marvin E. Gettleman and Stuart Schaar (2003), The Middle East and Islamic World Reader, p. 54, Grove Press, ISBN 0802139361.