Rhazes


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Rha·zes

(rä′zēz) or Ra·zi (rä′zē) 865?-925?
Persian physician whose medical writings were a major influence during the Middle Ages.
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The scientist biography pages are also a great addition as they highlight a good variety of people including Albert Einstein, Mary Anning, Rhazes (Iranian Biologist and Chemist) and Dimitri Mendeleev.
Two outstanding men, known by their westernized names are: Al-Razi, known in the West by his Latin name, Rhazes (865-925), who wrote "Practical Ethics", and Ibn Sina, also known in the West by a Latinized name, Avicenna (980-1037), wrote in the spirit of Hippocrates and Galen, but emphasizing the importance of religious beliefs [13].
Sin embargo, despues encontramos varios sabios latinos y medievales como Plinio, Diodoro Euchiente, Dioscorides, Empedocles, Galeno, Justino, Lucrecio, Albertus Magnus, Avicena, Raymundo (Ramon Llull), Rhazes, Juan de Rupecissa, Escribonio Largo, Straton de Lampsaco, Teofrasto, Arnaldo de Vilanova, etc.
The initial identified writings concerned were Arabic remedial treatises written during the "Arab Agricultural Revolution", by writers such as Alkindus, Costa ben Luca, Rhazes, Ibn Al-Jazzar, al-Tamimi, al-Masihi, Avicenna, Ali ibn Ridwan, Isaac Israeli ben Solomon, Abd-el-latif, and Ibn al-Nafis.
Rhazes Contribution to the Role of Nutrition in Preventive Medicine and Public Health.
Later, PM was flourished by Persian scholars like Avicenna and Rhazes in the early Islamic era (9-12th century AD, called as Islamic Golden Age) and became the main paradigm of medicine (as holistic and humoral medicine) whole around the world until 17th century AD (Zarshenas et al.
It was then described by Vegabhatt (India 300 AD), Paul Aegineta (Greece-7th Century), Al Rhazes (Arabia-932 AD), Avicenna (Greece 980-1036 AD) and Chakradatta (India-1060 AD).
The Sanskrit, Syriac and Persian Sources in the 'Comprehensive Book' of Rhazes, Brill, Leiden, 2015, 487 pp.
The Sanskrit, Syriac and Persian Sources in the Comprehensive Book of Rhazes
Rhazes Health & Beauty, Rhazes Corporation, 1313 E Maple St.
In addition, Rhazes, also known as Rasis (865-925), an Iranian physician, chemist, and philosopher, argued that changing negative inner thoughts can lead to changes in behaviors (Haque, 2004).
Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Sazariya Razi also known as Rhazes (865-925)