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The article in the issue 22:

The date of the publication:
2017-08-12
The number of pages:
154
The issue:
22
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The Authors
Andrew Schumann, Joshua Halberstam, Michael Chernick, Mauro Zonta, Sergey Dolgopolski, Hany Azazy, Michael Nosonovsky, Ely Merzbach, Moshe Koppel,

Hany Azazy is a lecture of Methodology and Philosophy of Science at department of Philosophy, Ain Shams University. Main interests are Logic and its history especially Islamic medieval formal and informal logic

 

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The Genesis of Arabic Logical Activities: From Syriac Rhetoric
and Jewish Hermeneutics to al-Šāfi‘y’s Logical Techniques

autor: Hany Azazy,

This paper tries to outline a history of development of informal
logic in Semitic languages and especially in Arabic. It tries to explain how
the first definite formulation of rules of this logic appeared at 􀆗l-Š􀆗fi‘y’s
Risāla, a work on ’uswl āl-fiqh or methodology of law. It attempts also to
provide new theories and hypotheses about the translation movement in the
Arabic and Islamic medieval world.

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