The session aims to explore the life and work of Ibn Khaldun, a 14th century North African scholar who is widely regarded as a pioneer in the fields of sociology, historiography and economics.
The insights of Ibn Khaldun into philosophy and various philosophical viewpoints are the key focus of this session
Ibn Khaldun is considered one of the most famous historians and philosophers in Islamic history, where he made important contributions to understanding social, political, and economic relationships in Islamic societies
The session discusses the significant impact of Ibn Khaldun's writings on global thought.
Drawing on their extensive research and expertise, Dr Alsogair and Dr. bin Khira explore the key themes and concepts of Ibn Khaldun's philosophy of history, including the cyclical nature of civilisations,