Şirin, Mehmet
June 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2003, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p211
Academic Journal
Abu Hayyan at-Tawhidi's al-Mukâbesât, is a very important book because of transfering the accumulation of 4/10th century in many subjects of sciences especially philosohpy and language. At-Tawhidi's interest with subjects and his contributions, increase importance of the book. We classified and deal with the discussions, subjects and opinions concerning with language. Our aim is to put forward the approaches of 4/10th century on language.


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