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new History of Science Seminar
Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?​​
by: Pr. George SALIBA
Director of the Farouk Jabre Center
A.U.B. (American University of Beirut)
Webinar May 12 (2021-05-12, 6pm)
2021-05-12 (6pm) Pr.G.Saliba, History of Science Webinar, A.U.B. Farouk Jabre Center ... Please click to view

The Farouk Jabre Center for Arabic and Islamic Science and Philosophy at the American University of Beirut is pleased to invite you to a webinar on “Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?”
by George Saliba, Kwarizmi Chair of Arabic and Islamic Science, Department of History, AUB.

For further information please visit the webpage

Please, register in advance for this meeting: here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?​​
George Saliba, Ph.D.​
Khwarzmi Chair in Arabic and Islamic Science
American University of Beirut

​Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq (d. 873) is deservedly celebrated as one of the most able translators and transmitters of Greek thought into Arabic, and particularly the main conveyer of Galen's works. Through a close reading of extant copies of Ḥunayn's translations, this talk will give voice to Ḥunayn's misgivings and reactions to what he found was objectionable in Galen's works. Ḥunayn's inability to hold back his disapproval when he would find the Galenic text wanting are by their sheer number and extent startling to someone who has been schooled to think of Ḥunayn as a mere translator, and not as a commentator and critical interlocutor who finds Galen a worthy opponent to engage with. The talk will be illustrated with several pages from Ḥunayn's translations that exhibit this tendency and offer examples of what Ḥunayn's thought was not completely well covered by Galen in the very texts he was actually translating.

George Saliba is the Founding Director of the Farouk Jabre Center for Arabic & Islamic Science and Philosophy and holder of the Khwarizmi Chair in Arabic and Islamic science, in the History department at the American University of Beirut.
He is Professor Emeritus at Columbia University (NY). He has authored and coauthored more than twelve books and published close to 200 articles in refereed academic journals. He has delivered public lectures at academic venues on all four continents.
He is internationally recognized and has won many awards and prizes including the chair of Distinguished Senior Scholar at the Kluge Center of the Library of Congress and was a Carnegie Scholar (2009-2010).
Among his relatively recent publications include Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance, MIT Press, 2007, (Pbk 2011), and Ma'ālim al-aṣāla wa-l-ibdā' fī al-shurūḥ wa-l-ta'ālīq al-'ilmiyya al-muta'akhkhira. A'māl Shams al-Dīn al-Khafrī (956 h./1550 m.), al-Furqan, London, 2015. His most recent article is “Knowledge of Arabic at Padua and its Reflection in Vesalius' Works," Mélanges de l'Université Saint-Joseph 68, (2019-2020), p. 21-57.​

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 6:00pm, Farouk Jabre Center Seminar Room, Zoom meeting



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Dr Badaoui el-Mabsout (Université Paris 6)
Scientific Conference
Lebanese University, Tripoli New Campus
Faculty of Engineering, Conference Hall

2019-05-07 (11:30am)
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Dr Mona Sanjakdar Chaarani
Farouk Jabre Center for Arabic-Islamic Sciences & Philosophy
American University of Beirut (AUB)
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 6pm
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Conférence organisée dans le cadre des Rendez-vous de l' IFPO à Beit Beirut
Philosophie et mathématique dans l'Islam classique
Philosophy and mathematics in classical Islam

Exposés en français avec traduction anglaise / Talks in French with English translation
2019-01-10 (17:30) Beit Beirut ... Please click to view
Conférence organisée dans le cadre des Rendez-vous de l' IFPO à Beit Beirut
Philosophie et mathématique dans l'Islam classique
Philosophy and mathematics in classical Islam
Exposés en français avec traduction anglaise / Talks in French with English translation

Intervenants / Speakers:
Dr Guillaume de Vaulx d'Arcy (IFPO)
Au commencement était le Nombre / In the beginning was the Number
Dr Mohamad al-Houjairi (Université Libanaise)
Quand la géométrie conquiert l'espace… valeur épistémologique du théorème du sinus
/ When geometry conquered space… epistemological value of the sinus theorem

Résumé:
Les mathématiques ont connu un âge d'or à l'époque abbasside. Modèle de la science démonstrative, elles ont constitué la base de la philosophie arabe et, au-delà, ont amené jusqu'aux sciences religieuses à se rationaliser. Durant cette conférence, le Dr M. al-Houjairi reviendra sur les progrès mathématiques les plus significatifs de l'époque abbasside, et le Dr G. de Vaulx sur leurs usages philosophiques, théologiques et politiques.
Abstract:
During the Abbasid period, mathematics was flourishing. As the model of the demonstrative science, they founded Arabic philosophy and, beyond that, made religious sciences get rationalized. In this talk, Dr al-Houjairi will tell us about the greatest mathematical progresses of the Abbasid period, and Dr G. de Vaulx will detail some philosophical, theological and political uses of such math.

Date et horaires: 10 janvier 2019, 17h30
Lieu: Beit Beirut


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Colloque International: Histoire et Philosophie des mathématiques et disciplines associées en Méditerranée


Aix-Marseille Université
(détails)

4-6 novembre 2015

Marseille, France

Dr Mohamad AL HOUJAIRI Comité scientifique et Conférencier invité


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2014

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Deux Conférences (1/10/2013 et 17/10/2013)


Aix-Marseille Université
(détails)

Octobre 2013

Marseille, France

Dr Mohamad AL HOUJAIRI


Troisième Ecole d'Histoire Conceptuelle des Mathématiques


... Brésil

9 - 14 avril 2012

Ubatuba, Brésil

Dr Mohamad AL HOUJAIRI


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CONGRES / CONFERENCES - مؤتمرات / محاضرات علميّة

- Mohamad al-Houjairi (Congrès international, Nov. 2015, Marseille, France) Sur un problème d'«extrema» des Sphériques de Théodose, d'après un texte de l'Istikmâl d'Ibn Hûd

- Mohamad al-Houjairi (Congrès international, Avril 2012, Ubatuba, Brésil) Etudes sur le développement des Sphériques de Théodose et de Ménélaüs dans la Tradition Géométrique Arabe

- مُحَمَّد يُوسُف الحُجَيْريّ (محاضرة علميّة، 2014) الهَنْدَسَةُ الكُرَوِيَّةُ في التُراثِ العلميِّ العَرَبِي
(حَوْلَ مَنْهَجِيَّةِ البَحْثِ والقيمَةِ المَعْرِفِيَّةِ من خِلالِ الأمْثِلَةِ من ثاوذوسيوس الطرابُلسيّ ومانالاوس السَكَندَريّ إلى الأميرِ أبي نَصْر بنِ عِراق والمَلِكِ الرياضِيّ: المُؤتَمَنِ بنِ هود)

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- Participations de l'Equipe (2012-...)
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- Participations de l'Equipe (2004-2007)
- Participations de l'Equipe (2000-2003)
- Participations de l'Equipe (avant 2000)


ARTICLES (par ordre alphabétique du nom d'auteur)

Dr Nicolas FARES:
- L'image actuelle de la Science Arabe

Dr Mohamad AL-HOUJAIRI:
- Développement des Sphériques de Théodose et Ménélaüs dans la Tradition Géométrique Arabe
  Development of Theodosius's and Menelaus's Spherics in the Arabic Geometric Tradition
- Théorème de sinus Ibn `Irâq, Théorème de Ménélaüs et ses applications par Ibn Hûd
  Sine theorem according to Ibn `Irâq, Theorem of Menelaus and its applications by Ibn Hûd
- Sur les commentaires des théorèmes III-1 et III-22 de Ménélaüs dans l'Istikmâl d'Ibn Hûd
- محمد يوسف الحجيري: القيمة المعرفيّة لمبرهنة الجيوب في التراث العلمي العربي
- Recherche et Enseignement en Europe

Dr Mona SANJAKDAR CHAARANI:
- The automatic hydraulic organ of Bânû Mûsâ Ben Shâker new
- Histoire des horloges mécaniques
- Le premier instrument de Musique Mécanique dans le Monde Arabe
- الموسيقى الميكانيكية



كتب وقراءات (A propos de Livres)

- كتاب رشدي راشد: الرياضيات التحليلية بين القرن الثالث والقرن الخامس للهجرة

- كتاب رشدي راشد: دراسات في تاريخ العلوم العربية وفلسفتها

- كتاب رشدي راشد: من الخوارزمي إلى ديكارت، دراسات في تاريخ الرياضيات الكلاسكية


new History of Science Seminar
Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?​​
by: Pr. George SALIBA
Director of the Farouk Jabre Center
A.U.B. (American University of Beirut)
Webinar May 12 (2021-05-12, 6pm)
2021-05-12 (6pm) Pr.G.Saliba, History of Science Webinar, A.U.B. Farouk Jabre Center ... Please click to view

The Farouk Jabre Center for Arabic and Islamic Science and Philosophy at the American University of Beirut is pleased to invite you to a webinar on “Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?”
by George Saliba, Kwarizmi Chair of Arabic and Islamic Science, Department of History, AUB.

For further information please visit the webpage

Please, register in advance for this meeting: here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq: A Translator of Galen’s Works or One of his Critical Interlocutors?​​
George Saliba, Ph.D.​
Khwarzmi Chair in Arabic and Islamic Science
American University of Beirut

​Ḥunayn b. Isḥāq (d. 873) is deservedly celebrated as one of the most able translators and transmitters of Greek thought into Arabic, and particularly the main conveyer of Galen's works. Through a close reading of extant copies of Ḥunayn's translations, this talk will give voice to Ḥunayn's misgivings and reactions to what he found was objectionable in Galen's works. Ḥunayn's inability to hold back his disapproval when he would find the Galenic text wanting are by their sheer number and extent startling to someone who has been schooled to think of Ḥunayn as a mere translator, and not as a commentator and critical interlocutor who finds Galen a worthy opponent to engage with. The talk will be illustrated with several pages from Ḥunayn's translations that exhibit this tendency and offer examples of what Ḥunayn's thought was not completely well covered by Galen in the very texts he was actually translating.

George Saliba is the Founding Director of the Farouk Jabre Center for Arabic & Islamic Science and Philosophy and holder of the Khwarizmi Chair in Arabic and Islamic science, in the History department at the American University of Beirut.
He is Professor Emeritus at Columbia University (NY). He has authored and coauthored more than twelve books and published close to 200 articles in refereed academic journals. He has delivered public lectures at academic venues on all four continents.
He is internationally recognized and has won many awards and prizes including the chair of Distinguished Senior Scholar at the Kluge Center of the Library of Congress and was a Carnegie Scholar (2009-2010).
Among his relatively recent publications include Islamic Science and the Making of the European Renaissance, MIT Press, 2007, (Pbk 2011), and Ma'ālim al-aṣāla wa-l-ibdā' fī al-shurūḥ wa-l-ta'ālīq al-'ilmiyya al-muta'akhkhira. A'māl Shams al-Dīn al-Khafrī (956 h./1550 m.), al-Furqan, London, 2015. His most recent article is “Knowledge of Arabic at Padua and its Reflection in Vesalius' Works," Mélanges de l'Université Saint-Joseph 68, (2019-2020), p. 21-57.​

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 6:00pm, Farouk Jabre Center Seminar Room, Zoom meeting



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