Ibn al Haytham - The First Scientist - Alhazen - Ibn al Haitham - Alhacen  

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 Arabic for Abu Ali al-Hasan ibn al-Hasan ibn al Haytham, the eleventh-century Muslim scholar known in the West as Ahazen, Ahacen, or Alhazeni.

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To tell Ibn al-Haytham's story in context, Steffens provides an overview of the rise of Islam and describes the efforts of leaders such as Caliph al-Ma'mun, the founder of the Bait-ul-Hikmat (House of Wisdom), to gather, translate, and preserve the works of diverse cultures. He outlines the contributions Muslim scholars made to literature, mathematics, and science, including the development of the Arabic numerals, algebra, and analytic geometry. He cites several Muslim teachings regarding the pursuit of knowledge and the importance of showing tolerance toward others.

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