Farhange Islami 3:122-140 (2013)

Majid Asadpour
Supreme Council of The Cultural Revolution
This review is about some important ideas of famous Muslim philosopher, Avicenna about science and its philosophy on base of idea and works of Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr.
Keywords Philosophy of Science  Hossein Nasr  Avicenna
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