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list of books on logic (in english)

lewis carroll: the game of logic: https://archive.org/download/gameoflogic00carruoft/gameoflogic00carruoft.pdf — lewis carroll: symbolic logic: https://archive.org/download/symboliclogic00carr/symboliclogic00carr.pdf — atwater: manual of elementary logic, 1867. https://archive.org/download/manualofelementa00atwarich/manualofelementa00atwarich.pdf —- sidgwick: elementary logic,...

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Kashfu’l Qinaa

This is a book on the principles of listening to melodies (Sama'a) by Shaykh Fakhruddin Zarradi, a prominent khalifah of Shaykh Nizamuddin...

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Al-Tazkirah

At-Tadhkirah fī Aĥwāli’l Mawtā wa Umūri’l Ākhirah by Imām Abū Ábdullāh Muĥammad ibn Aĥmed ibn Abū Bakr ibn Far’ĥ al-Anşārī al-Khazrajī al-Qurtubī. ‘Every soul shall taste death’ is the Divine Promise. Every muslim should believe in death and the afterlife; it is an article of faith. ‘Death is a sufficient preacher’ is the advice of RasūlAllāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa...

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Taj al-Arus: as-Sakandari

Arabic Title : Tāj al-Árūs al-Ĥāwī li Tahdhībi’n Nufūs English Title : The crown of [befitting] a bride – covering the matter of disciplining the lower-self, the ego, the nafs. Author : Imām Tājuddin Aĥmed ibn Áţā’allāh as-Sakandari [d. ] Pages : 67 A brief booklet describing why and how one should discipline one’s self or nafs. At times, the tone is mildly reprimanding but always full...

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Al-Ghuraba

A well-known ĥadīth says: ‘Islām began in a strange and forlorn fashion and it shall return to becoming strange just the way it began; so glad tidings [or ţūbā] for the strangers [in that age].’ Another says: ‘Be in this world as a stranger or a wayfarer; and count yourself among the dead’. Gharīb, means a stranger; Ghurabā its plural. Gharīb is also the state of being forlorn and foreign. Islām, in its...

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Al-Tanwir fi Isqati’t Tadbir

The book At-Tanwīr is an elaborate book on a frequently misunderstood matter. Tadbir or planning is of many kinds – permitted, not permitted and disliked. The shaykh discusses these and other matters of destiny in a beautiful manner. His style of speech is disarming, moving, knowledgeable, authoritative. ‘Know my dear brother, may Allāh make you one amongst those who are granted his love and are gifted with His nearness and...

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