The distinctive terminology in Sarh al-kafiya by Radi al-Din al-'Astarabadi / by Beata Sheyhatovitch.
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2018.
- Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics ; 96.
Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics ; volume 96
viii, 267 pages ; 25 cm.
- Astarābādhī, Raḍī al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan, active 1284. Sharḥ al-Kāfiyah.
Arabic language -- Grammar -- Terminology.
Arabic language -- Grammar -- History.
Sharḥ al-Kāfiyah (Astarābādhī, Raḍī al-Dīn Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan)
Arabic language -- Grammar.
- In The distinctive terminology in Sarh al-Kafiya by Radi l-Din al-'Astarabadi Beata Sheyhatovitch presents a structured and systematic study of a seminal treatise in the medieval Arabic linguistic tradition. The treatise's author, al-'Astarabadi (d. circa 1289), is widely considered the most brilliant grammarian of the later classical period. The author's analysis of his terminology reveals the extent of his originality, and of the influence that other Islamic sciences (logic, jurisprudence, theology) had on his writings.0The book is innovative in its comprehensiveness and its unique approach, which uses texts from various medieval Islamic disciplines in clarifying the terminology. It provides scholars and ordinary readers with tools for a deeper understanding of al-'Astarabadi as well as other medieval Arab grammarians.
The term wad' and its derivatives
Terms derived from the roots t-r-' and '-r-d
Terms related to the form-meaning relation
Summary and conclusions.
- Partially Based on the author's thesis (doctoral)-- Tel Aviv University, 2016.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Sheyhatovitch, Beata. Distinctive terminology in Sarh al-kafiya by Radi al-Din al-'Astarabadi.
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