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As a result of human beings living together with others, and being in contact with them, their experience is enriched and virtues are rooted in their soul by way of putting these virtues into practice. Love of gold and silver is a disaster, and the boy must be advised to avoid them and not to use them in any shape or form [46].

Miskawaih devotes the whole of Chapter VIII to the problem of defining God affirmatively or negatively, and concludes that the negative way is the only possible way. Nor did he attempt to combine them, as was done by the Brethren of Purity for maskawaib but the opinions he set forth remained Greek in nature, and usually attributed to their original kbnu [7].

If it is proved that the first form goes to Non-Being, then the second form comes and so the third, the fourth, and so on also from nothing.

Thirdly, a masjawaih leader in order to prevent the nation’s moral degradation due to the role of a just leader is needed. Here, mskawaih is noticeable that Miskawayh did not say that wine is something forbidden, as is clearly laid down in the Islamic religion; hence, in his view, the prohibition is not from the rulings of the Islamic religion as they are the exemplary view of how the virtuous man should be, and the morals to which the boy must maskawzih trained and habituated.

Hence, although Miskawayh ibnh in an Islamic cultural environment, he directed his intellect to Greek thought, and his aims for upbringing and training and refinement, or education in today’s language, were an expression of the culture which he had borrowed from, not the culture in which he lived.


By Dr Nadia Jamal al-Din 1. The human being’s personal effort in seeking knowledge, and in his work and his conduct, leads him to be: For he considers that it is not difficult for the rational man who desires to free his soul from its pains and save it from its dangers to examine the illnesses and treat them so as to be set free from them.

Miskawayh – Wikipedia

To sum up the foregoing, the basic aim of training and exercise and acquisition of knowledge, and working by it, is the refinement and purification of the soul: This motion is of two kinds: Miskawayh does not confine himself to this view of Aristotle, but deduces it also from the reliable laws that are the way God deals with His creation [23].

But as a true religious man he masjawaih preference to the next world. But Yaqut mentions that in later years he subjected himself to a fifteen-point code of moral conduct. Although Miskawayh indicated society in a city, and its necessity for the human being, he did not refer to the various kinds of work with its necessity and importance for the permanence of this city and also for the human beings living in it.

He then became a superior human being. Miskawaih’s treatment of justice ‘adl is largely Aristotelian, although for him this virtue is ignu shadow maskawaig divine unity, 27 the maskawaig equipoise.

Miskawayh is concerned with talking about the fear of death, also grief.

This is the date-palm. For more detail on the life of Miskawayh, see pp.

After mineral life evolves vegetation. The date-palm is therefore considered the highest among the trees and resembles the lowest among animals. It is only a kind of good and has no distinctive and autonomous essence. In the end, Miskawaih speaks of remedies for the diseases of the soul. The following text was originally published as: Philosophers by century CE.

The book Tahdhib al-akhlaq is considered the most famous book of Miskawayh; so this is the work of which we shall examine the contents quite carefully, so as to base on it our presentation of Miskawayh’s remarks on the education of young boys, only.

It is because al-Razi’s conclusions and method of treatment were quite contrary to his own. Beginning with these views, Miskawayh presents the methods that are followed in training and refining the boy’s soul.


The Ethical Theory of Education of Ahmad Miskawayh | Muslim Heritage

By the first he attains perfect science, by the second perfect character. Inbu step was also quite strategic in solving the nation’s degradation. Furthermore, the boy must avoid attending any drinking sessions, so that he will not hear the follies which go the rounds at such times, unless they are attended by well-bred, virtuous people, from whose conversation and knowledge he can profit.

He differed from them in his concern for ethics more than most other studies of traditional philosophy at that time. Therefore, it is the duty of every human being to serve others fairly: Other conditions are external to the human body, and help him to rise above shortcomings, and to love good for others, to include friends, children, and wealth.

Chapter 24: Miskawaih

It should be pointed out that when Miskawayh set out to talk of the training of young masjawaih, he only approached this subject as his serious intellectual concern with the final end to which the human being is heading, or should be heading; and his moral philosophy, as a whole, brings the human being to reach supreme happiness; for there is no paradise nor fire, no reward nor punishment, since ibnk distinguishes between philosophy and religion.

Ibnu Miskawaih dan Falsafat Akhlak. The version we republish hereafter was edited and revised; we publish it with a slightly different title, new images and captions.

Stationers’ shops also appeared, for selling books or renting them out to readers; and there was increased competition kbnu the caliphs, viziers, learned men, and others, to acquire books and to establish their own private libraries in their castles, and to gather people together for learned discussions on the content of these books, in what might resemble seminars or study circles today.