Reading strategies for the Sinuvian text in contemporary Arab and Islamic thought
Muhammad Ridha al-Muzaffar and Muhammad Husayn al-Tabatabai - a model
In this study, the Avicennan text was dealt with by focusing on the mechanisms that were concerned with the Avicennan text in dissecting ideas and their origins, and the research methods practiced by contemporary Arab and Islamic thought. On the other hand, readings about Avicenna’s reading of those texts, which I used to call (reading strategies). These strategies varied and differed, according to different thinking methodologies and the purpose behind them. The central point at which the reading strategies met, was the starting from a specific text of Avicenna, and after that the primary and secondary evidences and observations about the Avicenna text came in. Of the axioms or axioms that should be the cornerstone of stopping on their ideas and origins. The hypothetical classification of scientific knowledge, on the basis of which Avicenna established its intellectual origins and branches, is the general cognitive classification, which classifies knowledge in general and absolutely into different types of knowledge that are philosophical sciences, logical sciences and natural sciences, And these sciences share the fundamentals that are supposed to be present in any scientific knowledge, which are the subject, the data and the required, and these three fundamentals, in which all the sciences or scientific knowledge share, because if they do not exist, they are not called a science, and the other classification is Classification that takes into account the cognitive classification to theoretical and practical, by observing the subjective dimension of knowledge. At the time Avicenna focused on the objective dimension in the cognitive classification of general sciences, he focused on the subjective dimension in the special cognitive classification, and at that point of knowledge of the classification the readings differed On the Avicennan text, between the reading strategy of Muhammad Ridha al-Mudhaffar, and also the reciting strategies of Muhammad Husayn al-Tabataba'i differed, and this difference of causes and causes had many things. Tabatabai with the Avicennan text, in a ritualistic manner and with an open horizo.
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