Çikar, Mehmet Şirin
June 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2004, Vol. 8 Issue 20, p345
Academic Journal
Arabic linguistic works began in early time and with Sibawayh these works were collected in a book/al-Kitab. And this book had been an essantial book for both grammar school; Basra and Kufe for a long time. But later, it was claimed that it had some ambigious words and wrongs and defects. Moreover, with ူbnu as-Serrâj, some works began on methodolgy. It is clear that, ူbnu as-Sarrâj took logic lessons from al-Farabi so we can say that, under the light of these experiences, he tried to give Arabic grammar a new methodology.


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