The use of Abu Ali Ibn sin's ideas about physical culture in the educational process
This article sets out the main facts of the life and scientific activities of the outstanding scientistencyclopedist Abu Ali ibn Sino, who left a rich scientific heritage -treatises and books on preserving natural balance, strengthening human health and treating diseases, physical education, in philosophy, pedagogy and other sciences. ... The scientist owns over 450 works, only 242 of them have survived to us. His works "Kitobul-insof" ("Book of Justice"), "Kitobulnazhot" ("Book of Salvation"), "Donishnoma" ("Book of Scientists"), "Risolai Tadbiri Manozil" ("Treatise on home economics ")," Tib Konunlari "(" Medical Canon ")," Quito bush-shifo "(" The Book of Healing ") are known all over the world. At one time, both in the East and in the West, he was called "Chief among the Sheikhs", "King of physicians", "Leader (head) of scientists". Abu Ali ibn Sino carefully studied the works of Greek, slave, Persian scientists, as well as the works of his compatriots -Muhammad al Khorezmi, Abu Nasr Farabi, Abu Bakr Rosi and creatively interpreted them. In the book of the scientist "Canon of Medicine", the essence of the daily lifestyle of growing youth and people who have reached adulthood is outlined. The scientist defined physical exercise, proper, moderate nutrition, and orderly sleep as the basic principles of maintaining health. Abu Ali strongly recommended to engage in physical and moral education of children, starting from an early age. The idea expressed by a scientist a thousand years ago is very relevant today in the upbringing of a healthy and strong comprehensively developed generation.
Medicine, Philosophy, Pedagogy, Heritage, Health, Environment, Encyclopedic Scientist, Physical Exercises, Tempering, Movement, Moral Qualities, Development, Spirituality, Hard Work, Humanism.