Why is Ibn Khaldun important?
Throughout the Late Middle Ages, the pace of acquisition of knowledge improved considerably over the early centuries of the Middle Ages. The Muslim scholar and intellectual Ibn Khaldun is an example of this growth.
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During his lifetime, Ibn Khaldun was considered so wise and learned that Muslim rulers throughout North Africa sought his services. He moved often as...
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Arabic philosopher Ibn Khaldun was a historiographer who studied and wrote Muslim historical texts. Learn about this 14th-century thinker, discover his body of works, and study his approach of using analytical methods to examine history.