Al-Farabi: An Annotated Bibliography
Abu Nasur al-Farabi (ca. 872-950) was an Arabic polymath and philosopher, and the first Arabic logician credited with developing a non-Aristotelian logic. He discussed the topics of future contingents, the number and relation of the categories, the relation between logic and grammar, and non-Aristotelian forms of inference. He is also credited with categorizing logic into two separate groups, the first being “idea” and the second being “proof.” Nicholas Rescher assembles this annotated bibliography, listing printed materials relating to al-Farabi, and summaries that provide further details of these works.
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Al-Andalus Al-Farabi Alonso Alpharabii Ankara Anonymous editor Arabic text edition Arabischen Aristotle Aristotle's attributed to F Avicenna Aydin Sayili Beirut bibliography Bombay Bouyges Brockelmann Burslan and Vlken Cairo Carra de Vaux Cheikho Commentary Cortabarria D. M. Dunlop Danisman Declaratio compendiosa Dieterici 1890 Editio princeps edition of F's English translation extracts from F's F see vol F's theory F's treatise Farabi Fontes quaestionum Friederich Dieterici Gabrieli Georr German translation Geschichte der Philosophie Goichon Gundissalinus Hamui Henry George Farmer Horten Hyderabad 1931 Hyderabad Da'irah al-Ma'arif Ibn Sina Islamic Istanbul Kitab Kosegarten Latin translation Leiden Logic Louis Massignon Lugal Lugal and Sayili Madkour Mahdi Makkawi Massignon Medieval Latin Meyerhof Moritz Steinschneider Muhammad Nagy Nicholas Rescher Paris photoreprinted princeps of F's Qumair references to F reprinted Rescher Revue Risalah Rosenthal F Royal Asiatic Society Salman Schmoelders 1836 Seals of Wisdom Steinschneider 1869 Strauss survey of F's translation of F's Turkish translation Ülken Wüstenfeld