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Al-Ghazali: Quiz

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Question 1:
What era did Al-Ghazali belong to?
Medieval Philosophy
Rassilon Era, the Old Time
Medieval era
Modern Era

Question 2:
What region does Al-Ghazali belong to?

Question 3: The Incoherence of the Philosophers marked a turning point in Islamic philosophy in its vehement rejections of ________ and Plato.
Bertrand RussellAristotleWillard Van Orman QuineEmpiricism

Question 4: He is viewed as the key member of the influential Asharite school of early Muslim philosophy and the most important refuter of ________.
Shia IslamIslamic theologyMu'taziliIslamophobia

Question 5: In the next century, ________ (also known in the West as Averroes) drafted a lengthy rebuttal of Ghazali's Incoherence entitled The Incoherence of the Incoherence; however, the epistemological course of Islamic thought had already been set.
Relationship between religion and scienceImmanuel KantRené DescartesAverroes

Question 6: [24] This was in contrast to other ancient and medieval thinkers such as Aristotle, Avicenna, ________ and Thomas Aquinas who all believed that animals cannot become angry.
Relationship between religion and scienceAverroesRoger BaconRené Descartes

Question 7:
When is Al-Ghazali's birthday?
1263 CE
126 AH /744 CE
1000 CE / 390 AH
1058 C.E.

Question 8:
What philosophical school did Al-Ghazali belong to?
Sunni Islam: Ghair Muqallid
Sufism. His followers formed the Mawlawi Order
Sunni Islam,
Sufism, Sunni , Asharite

Question 9:
Who of the following did Al-Ghazali influence?

Question 10: His support for the study of anatomy and dissection was influential in the rise of anatomy and dissections carried out among Muslim physicians in the 12th and 13th centuries,[20] by the likes of ________ and Ibn al-Nafis, among others.
Ibn ZuhrAbu al-Qasim al-ZahrawiAvicennaAnesthesia







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