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  1. On Some Ambiguities in Ibn Sīnā’s Analysis of the Quantified Hypothetical Propositions.Saloua Chatti - 2022 - Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 32 (1):67-107.
    In his analysis of the hypothetical connected and disjunctive propositions, Ibn Sīnā suggests that they can be quantified and presents in section VI a hypothetical system containing the conditional ones, which is exactly parallel to categorical syllogistic and makes use of the same conversion rules and the same proofs. In section VII, he provides four lists of hypothetical quantified propositions whose clauses are themselves quantified and says that the relations of the Aristotelian square of opposition hold for them. In addition, (...)
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    Rereading Metaphysics Ε2-3: Aristotle's Argument Against Determinism, and How Averroes Twisted It in His Long Commentary. [REVIEW]Dustin Klinger - 2022 - Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 32 (1):109-135.
    In the fresh reading proposed here of the still not satisfactorily interpreted passages in Metaphysics Ε2-3, Aristotle emerges as making a case against determinism based on a robust notion of the accident. Accidental beings are uncaused causes and have their rightful place in Aristotle's ontology. The resulting physical indeterminism is here used as a litmus test for the exegetical practice of the great Commentator, Averroes, whose self-proclaimed, and later proverbial, loyalty to Aristotle's text will be shown to give way to (...)
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  3. Pseudo-Euclide, Pseudo-Ptolémée Et Thiasos Sur Les Miroirs.Roshdi Rashed - 2022 - Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 32 (1):1-65.
    RésuméParmi les écrits consacrés à la réflexion des rayons « visuels» et solaires sur les différents miroirs, il en existe deux, qui ont précédé bien d'autres, et qui occupent une position centrale dans l'histoire de la catoptrique : l'un est attribué à Euclide, l'autre à Ptolémée. À ces deux noms, on en ajoute un troisième jusqu'ici inconnu, Thiasos. Dans cet article, nous reprenons l'histoire textuelle et conceptuelle de cette tradition de recherche catoptrique.Among the writings devoted to the reflection of “visual” (...)
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