Oriental Scholars – S1E07 – Al Kindi
Al-Kindi is “Abo Yousef Ya’qub Bin Ishaq Bin Al Sabbah Bin OmranBin Ismail Bin Mohammad Bin Alash’as Bin Qeis Al-Kindi”, he came from “Kufa” in Iraq, and he was renowned for his beautiful handwriting and his contributions to the science of speech. He was known by Westerners as “Alkindus”. Al-Kindi set a mathematical scale for measuring the effectiveness of medication in addition to a creating a system that allows doctors to figure out the most severe days of the patient’s illness. Al-Kindi contributed immensely to the field of optic engineering. The Italian researcher “Gerolamo Cardano” considered him one of the greatest twelve minds of the Middle Ages.