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Abu Yūsuf Yaʻqūb ibn ʼIsḥāq aṣ-Ṣabbāḥ al-Kindī (801873), known as "the Philosopher of the Arabs," was a Muslim Arab philosopher, mathematician, physician, astronomer and calligrapher, called the "father of Islamic or Arabic philosophy." He wrote hundreds of original treatises on metaphysics, ethics, logic, psychology, medicine, pharmacology, mathematics, music theory, astronomy, astrology, optics, perfumes, swords, jewels, glass, dyes, zoology, tides, mirrors, meteorology, cryptography and earthquakes.

ASPECT       POINTS                      

Science           4                  

Law                 0                      

Medicine         2                                                  

Business         0                       

Philosophy      2                                        

Art                   2                Calligrapher, music theory        

Travel              0                       

Sports              *                      

Beauty             *                       

Family              *                   

Fame               1                        

Civic                1                 Patron of the Caliph             

Career            1                        

Wealth            1                  Inherited  

Leader            1                  Prominent in "House of Wisdom"   

Humanity        0                   

TOTAL          15                 Universalis