Abu Sulayman Muhammad Sijistani, (Persian: ابوسلیمان سجستانی‎‎) also called al-Mantiqi (the Logician) (c. 932 – c. 1000 CE), named for his origins in Sijistan or Sistan province in present-day Iran, became the leading philosopher of Islamic humanism in the Baghdad of his time. His best-known work is Siwān al-Ḥikma "Vessel of Wisdom", a history of philosophy from the beginning to his own time.

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  • أبو سليمان السجستاني (توفي 380هـ) هو أبو محمد سليمان السجستاني هو الشيخ أبي سليمان محمد بن بهرام المنطقي السجستاني أو الشيخ الجليل أبو سليمان محمد بن طاهر بن بهرام السجستاني المنطقي، فيلسوف، شاعر وأديب اهتم بالمنطق والفلسفة الطبيعية والنفس. له تصانيف في فنون أخرى مثل كتابه التعليقات في الطب. (ar)
  • Muḥammad ibn Ṭâhir ibn Bahrâm, dit Abû Sulaymân al Sijistânî ou al-Sijzî, surnommé également al-Manṭiqî (« le Logicien ») est un philosophe iranien d'expression arabe ayant vécu au Xe siècle. Né dans la région appelée Sistân en persan moderne, il anima un cercle philosophique fameux à Bagdad. (fr)
  • Abu Sulayman Muhammad Sijistani (lit. Abu Solimão Maomé, o Sijistano; em persa: ابوسلیمان سجستانی), também chamado al-Mantiqi (o Lógico), (c. 932 - c. 1000), batizado com o nome de suas origens no Sijistão ou na província Sistão, no Irã dos dias atuais, tornou-se o filósofo líder do humanismo islâmico na Bagdá de seu tempo. Profundamente religioso, ele considerava tanto a religião como a filosofia como válidas e verdadeiras; mas separadas, preocupadas com questões diferentes e avançando por meios diferentes. Ele, desta forma, rejeitava as reivindicações dos teólogos mutakallimiin terem construído uma teologia "provada" pela racionalidade, e as dos Confrades da Pureza para oferecer uma síntese da filosofia e religião. Seu trabalho mais conhecido é Siwan al-hikma (Vaso de sabedoria), uma história da filosofia do começo de seu próprio tempo. (pt)
  • Abu Sulayman Muhammad Sijistani, (Persian: ابوسلیمان سجستانی‎‎) also called al-Mantiqi (the Logician) (c. 932 – c. 1000 CE), named for his origins in Sijistan or Sistan province in present-day Iran, became the leading philosopher of Islamic humanism in the Baghdad of his time. Deeply religious, he regarded both religion and philosophy as valid and true; but separate, concerned with different issues, and proceeding by different means. He thus rejected the claims of the theologians employing Ilm al-Kalam to have built a theology "proved" by rationality and of the Brethren of Purity to offer a synthesis of philosophy and religion. His best-known work is Siwān al-Ḥikma "Vessel of Wisdom", a history of philosophy from the beginning to his own time. (en)
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  • أبو سليمان السجستاني (توفي 380هـ) هو أبو محمد سليمان السجستاني هو الشيخ أبي سليمان محمد بن بهرام المنطقي السجستاني أو الشيخ الجليل أبو سليمان محمد بن طاهر بن بهرام السجستاني المنطقي، فيلسوف، شاعر وأديب اهتم بالمنطق والفلسفة الطبيعية والنفس. له تصانيف في فنون أخرى مثل كتابه التعليقات في الطب. (ar)
  • Muḥammad ibn Ṭâhir ibn Bahrâm, dit Abû Sulaymân al Sijistânî ou al-Sijzî, surnommé également al-Manṭiqî (« le Logicien ») est un philosophe iranien d'expression arabe ayant vécu au Xe siècle. Né dans la région appelée Sistân en persan moderne, il anima un cercle philosophique fameux à Bagdad. (fr)
  • Abu Sulayman Muhammad Sijistani (lit. Abu Solimão Maomé, o Sijistano; em persa: ابوسلیمان سجستانی), também chamado al-Mantiqi (o Lógico), (c. 932 - c. 1000), batizado com o nome de suas origens no Sijistão ou na província Sistão, no Irã dos dias atuais, tornou-se o filósofo líder do humanismo islâmico na Bagdá de seu tempo. Seu trabalho mais conhecido é Siwan al-hikma (Vaso de sabedoria), uma história da filosofia do começo de seu próprio tempo. (pt)
  • Abu Sulayman Muhammad Sijistani, (Persian: ابوسلیمان سجستانی‎‎) also called al-Mantiqi (the Logician) (c. 932 – c. 1000 CE), named for his origins in Sijistan or Sistan province in present-day Iran, became the leading philosopher of Islamic humanism in the Baghdad of his time. His best-known work is Siwān al-Ḥikma "Vessel of Wisdom", a history of philosophy from the beginning to his own time. (en)
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  • Abû Sulaymân al-Sijistânî (fr)
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