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The formidable theologian Ibn Taymiyyah (1263--1328) objected to the influence of Greek philosophy on Islamic thought.
This book is his sustained attack on Aristotelian logic and the principles of Greek logical systems generally, contesting the use of syllogistic formulae to attain certitude.
About the Author
Ibn Taymiyyah has become one of the most influential medieval writers in contemporary Islam.