TITLE

İBN SÎNÂ'NIN BİRLEŞMELİ KIYASI BİR GEREKTİRME MİDİR VE ONDAKİ ORTA TERİMİN FONKSİYONU NEDİR?

AUTHOR(S)
Ozel, Aytekin
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study determines that Avicenna's theory of combined syllogism (iktirânî). is an implication. Its evidences are implicational syllogisms in Avicenna's passages. Avicenna's combined syllogism must translate as "birleşmeli" to Turkish. At the same time this study investigates the function of middle term in the implicational syllogism. By focusing on that it speculates about whether philosopher's syllogistic theory is an essential logic or not.
ACCESSION #
40521655

 

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