Pilgrims in the Philosophical Discourse of the Arabs Al-Farabi, Ibn Sina, Ibn Rushd A Model
Kut University College Journal for Humanitarian Science,
2021, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 86-93
AbstractThe philosophical discourse is based on the pilgrims being an art of persuasion that relies on various discursive aspects. Hajjaj differs from proof, and argument; This is because the proof is not related to the subject of the author or recipient; Philosophical discourse is a field for pilgrim activity, since the latter are statements that are not necessarily distinguished, but rather seek to persuade the other to approve or a certain judgment ... and accordingly, rhetoric are the channels that represent the pilgrims because through them one is sought to convince a person of an opinion. Hence, the pilgrims are a communicative process whose support is the logical argument to persuade others and influence them within the explicit and implicit systems, and the driver for this function is the difference between the addressees.
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