Aristotlian Five Arts and the Ways of Quranic Invitation

Three out of five Aristotlian Arts are argument, rhetoric, and dialectic. These are glossed by Aristotle and Muslim logicians accurately in respect of matter, form, end, and conclusion. The ways of Quranic invition are asserted as wisdom (Hikmat), good instruction (Mauizah Hasana) and best dialectic (Jidal Ahsan), respectively. The meaning of these words are obvious according to Quranic tradition. The three mentioned ways have been counted as equal to these three Aristotlian arts by some Muslim logicians and some interpreters of Quran:Some have counted them as perfectly correspondent and some have counted partially correspondent – especially for the goodness of instruction and bestness of dialectic – The logicians’ and interpreters’ viewpoints are quoted and critisised in this article, and concluded that wisdom is the argument in respect of logical structure – and not with other respects – best dialectic partially corresponds with Aristotlian dialectic, and good instruction is in no relation with rhetoric.

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