The Legacy of Islamic Civilization

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Course Description

Learn about Muslim civilization and its valuable contributions and role in the revival of the Greek Classics.

This is not a course about Islam or the Islamic civilization, it is a brief overview and a basic introduction to the achievements of Muslim civilization in the fields of physics, biology, mathematics, architecture and astronomy in a concise manner.

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DMll E

8/10 starsTaking Now
3 years, 7 months ago
The course is excellent and well created and structured. The content is interesting and comprehensive. The only problem that I encountered is that the instructors are, (at least the senior one,) biased. When speaking of a Caliph, she says that he "dealt creatively" with the rebels. Among other things. Otherwise, it is a great course, taught by pro-Islamic teachers; which can make it more insightful, as long as you see where the bias is so you can formulate your own opinion.
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Kemal Aditya Permana

10/10 starsTaking Now
4 years, 1 month ago
For me the topic was very interesting, it was only brief content yet it was very complete and very insightful. It was nice to understand Islamic Civilization through this course. Hoping for another class from BAx!
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Miriam González Bolívar

10/10 starsTaking Now
4 years, 1 month ago
Information easy to understan. Hope you open a second part or repeat the course again so I can purchase the verified certificated. Love this subjects
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