L'intermediaire syriaque dans la transmission de la philosophie grecque à l'arabe: le cas de l' Organon d'Aristote

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 1 (02):187- (1991)
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This article aims to present a summary account of the role of Syriac in the transmission of Aristotle's Organon from Greek to Arabic. The main sources for that purpose lie in the Syriac and Arabic translations of Aristotle's works, that were achieved during the period from the 7th to the 9th centuries. Some problems related to these translations are discussed, with more attention paid to the emergence of a technical language of logic
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