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He was a distinguished practitioner, was appointed Chief Physician and professor at the Madrasa al-Dahhwariyya in 637/ 1239, and at his own expense had the Nilri Hospital in Damascus rebuilt, enlarged, nnd supplied with running water. See IAU, ii. 244 f. , 259-63; Gregorius Abul-Faraj , Barhebraeus, Tarikh Muhhtafar al-Duwal, ed. ani, Bcyrouth 1890, 48o. ammad ibn Ibrahim; his father was a Hispano- Moorish Muslim who came to Damascus and settled there. He acquired Huch an intimate knowledge of the first part of Ibn Sina's J>,anun, con- lllining the general principles (kulliyydt) of medicine, that he finally knew iL by heart and received the surname al-Kulli.
3 On th e several names of the Prophet, see I bn Sa 'd, i/1. Vfa'tid, i. zof. • This has always been the thesis of Muslim orthodoxy, and the fact that the Koran defies imitation, a claim already put forward in the Holy Book itself (sura li. Z3 ; x. 38; xi. 13; xvii. 88; xxviii. 49; Iii. 34), is regarded as the greatest miracle and the fi nal proof of the veracity of the Prophet. See Luciani, 297-302; A. P. 1934, 14z-s; Hlicglecker, §§ 661-90. ; Jeffery, 348, 386. The differentiation between common people 56 THEOLO GUS AUTODIDACTUS OF IB N AL-NAFIS Fa<;lil ibn Nati~ says : When, in his lifetime, the so-called Kamil had come near to the end of his full manly vigour, he reflected on the attributes of the Creator which this prophet ought to teach.
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