IBN SĪNĀ’S APPROACH TO EQUALITY AND UNITY

@article{Rahman2014IBNSA,
  title={IBN SĪNĀ’S APPROACH TO EQUALITY AND UNITY},
  author={S. Rahman and J. Granstr{\"o}m and Zaynab Salloum},
  journal={Arabic Sciences and Philosophy},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={297-307}
}
Aristotle did not develop the quantification of the predicate, but, as shown in a recent paper by Hasnawi, Ibn Sīnā did. In fact, assuming the Aristotelian subject-predicate structure, Ibn Sīnā qualifies those propositions that carry a quantified predicate as deviating ḥ (mu arrafah propositions. A consequence of Ibn Sīnā's approach is that the second quantification is absorbed by the predicate term. The clear differentiation between a quantified subject, that settles the domain of… Expand
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