Çaldak, Hüseyin
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p177
Academic Journal
It is fact that the form of thought occurs by the effect of costume, tradition, believe and culture in the Islamic World as like was in every society. Before the period of using of the logic there was a different method of the inference and deduction in the Islamic world. Afther including of logic into the Islamic World has changed these forms of inference and deduction. I have studied in this article the forms of these inference and deduction. Oure aime is to evaluate these methods from aspect of the logical science and to indicate the similarities and the diffractions.


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