IBN Haldun's Historical Philosophy (1332-1406)
One of the thinkers Abdurakhman Mukhammad Ibn Khaldun, who seriously developed the Eastern philosophical thinking, enriched it with his scientific views and developed a philosophical approach to history. He developed the methodology of historical philosophy. He laid theoretical foundations for researching the past. Ibn Khaldun's philosophy of history is a great philosophy that combines religious and secular philosophical sciences with the categories of history and sociology, cultural studies, human studies, aesthetics and logic, reason and thinking, character and morality. The article examines his views on the philosophy of history.
Philosophy of History, Understanding of History, Falsification of the Past, Historical Development, the Essence of Decline, Truth, History, Methodology, Critical Analysis, Cross-cultural Integration, Civilization, Eastern Philosophy, Western Philosophy, Theocratic Theory, Dualistic Theory, Idealism, Humanism, Positivism, Creation and Consequently, the Scientific Worldview, the Theory of Knowledge, Worldly Thinking, the Universe and Man