This means to put oneself straight. When the person decides that he would change himself and do those things only which are right or which are deemed right by the society.
For example my parents hate love marriage so decide I never ever do love marriage. But sometimes want to do that thing on peak but I manage myself well and maintain that thing.
This means to guard oneself from evil and bad things.
Sometimes I want to kill my enemies but after constringing myself while saying that this is not write I do not approach that kind of behave.
This means to criticize oneself for anything which is not good, which would ultimately lead to the improvement of that habit or doing.
I always on criticism because in my house I stop children for bad things, while eating with bad manners or, when they say bad words I keep stopping them.
This means to punish the self for the wrong doing and forcefully restraining the self from it.
I remember once I don’t help needy and I feel guilt latter I will try my best to help others because I don’t want to do again such mistake.
This means to express the self in fully and properly and not keep anything hidden.
I never try to hide my true self from other I always show true colors, I am short tampered so I never to sweet when I am in extreme anger I just avoid that circumstance.
This means to cleanse oneself of any bad deed or doing.
For example once I stole a pen one of my friend and feel much burden latter so try my best not stole anything.
Discuss the contributions of Ibn-Rushd, Averroes in the development of Psychology. (5)
Averroes (Arabic name: Ibn Rushd) was born at Cordova, Spain. During his lifetime he was both a judge and physician. While he is known in the West as being the grand commentator on Aristotle’s philosophy, he is said to have written 78 books on variety of subjects. Philosophically, his writings are mostly in agreement with another Arab philosopher, Avicenna (980-1037). One major difference concerns the human ability to have contact with God: for Avicenna, this is only possible at the highest level of human intelligence; for Averroes, God’s influence is reflected in all human experiences. He shared with Aristotle the belief that nothing personal survives death, only an active intellect shared by all, a view later strongly criticized by Christian philosophers. His interpretations of Aristotle later came to be known in the West as Averroism, although he may have been innocent of many of the views attributed to him. His work was to influence St. Thomas Aquinus (1225-1274), especially his arguments that knowledge is better based on reason rather than on faith.
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