Les fondements de la Rhétorique d'Aristote reconsidérés par Fārābi, ou le concept de point de vue immédiat et commun

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 2 (01):133- (1992)
Abstract
The use of the immediate and common point of view (btarak) is presented, in Arab philosophy, as characteristic of the rhetorical method. We will endeavour, in this article, to determine the importance, the significance and the origins of this concept in the works of Fbb where Fbahb which depend on the concept of the immediate and common point of view, focusing in particular on the definition of enthymema. In the last part, we will investigate some philological and philosophical difficulties, such as the difference between rhetorical and dialectical premises, which constitute the background to the development of the concept
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