العنوان باللغة الأجنبية:
The Impact of Logic and Jurisprudence on the Emergence of Arabic Syntax
لمحة عن المقال باللغة الأجنبية:
Some researchers and scholars believe that logic and jurisprudence have an impact on Arabic syntax. Through this research, I will try to show how our syntax is distancing itself from logic and philosophy, especially the Greek one. Our ancient scholars laid the foundations of this science right before the emergence of logic and philosophy in the Arab region, where Al-Mammon established The Wisdom House in 215 a.h. Most of our scholars like Al-Khalid ibn Ahmed. Subway, Alexei, and al-fara died some years ago before this establishment. But jurisprudence had a clear effect on the syntactic class, especially in processing questions, dividing ideas, titles, and explanation, etc. In addition, being Arab in nature, jurisprudence also had a clear effect on linguists and syntacticians. What was conducive in this respect was that most linguists and syntacticians were aware of and familiar with jurisprudence being one of the branches of theology represented by the Quran. Moreover, the Arabic linguistic class developed in an Arab milieu. So, attempting to make it understandable outside this ambiance leads to making many mistakes.