TITLE

ERZURUMLU İSMAİL SÂİB SENCER VE İLİM DÜNYASINA KATKILARI

AUTHOR(S)
Tanç, Halil İbrahim
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2007, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p219
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
İsmail Sâib Sencer was born in Erzurum on 31 January 1873. His father is from Erzurum and his name is Haci Kurbanzade Field Officer Mehmed Sevki. He moved away from Erzurum to İstanbul for studing education in childhood. After he studied theology, he studied positive sciences as pharmaceutics, law and medicine. He taught Arabic language and literature in Dârulfunun (University). He was appointed to professorship in University. In 1916, he was appointed as the administrator of the Bayezid State Library. He had a good knowledge of Arabic, Persian, French language and German. Throughout his life, he strove to introduce Turkish-İslamic culture to people. He contributed to the studies, on theology, literature, philosophy, history, mathematics, medicine and so on. Some of the people who were helped by İsmail Sâib Sencer are Mahmud Ali Ayni, Serafeddin, Yaltkaya, Kilisli Rifat Bilge, M. Fuat Koprulu, Osman Reşer. He died in İstanbul in 1940. He is buried in the graveyard of Merkez Efendi Mosque.
ACCESSION #
28158707

 

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