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mabadi logic

In this one-day short course, Shaykh Akram Nadwi will be teaching one of the latest additions to his Mabādiʾ Series!

Overview

This course will cover the basic principles of Logic, based on Shaykh Akram Nadwi’s new book, Mabadi al-Mantiq. This book is part of a series of primers which introduce students to the Islamic Sciences. Logic is a preliminary discipline which concerns itself with establishing a framework for logical reasoning and argumentation through the development of sound definitions, reasoned statements and proofs. This discipline was advanced by Islamic philosophers, although much of its roots can be traced back to Greek thought. It is associated with the study of Arabic Rhetoric, Usul al-Fiqh and Theology.

Primary Text

Mabadi al-Mantiq

The Author

Dr. Mohammad Akam Nadwi is a graduate of the world-renowned Nadwat al-ʿUlamāʾ, India, who specialises in Ḥadīth literature. He completed his PhD in Arabic Grammar from the University of Lucknow and has since authored and translated over 30 books on the Arabic language and Islamic Sciences. Dr Akram Nadwi worked as a Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies for over 20 years and is currently the Principal and Senior Lecturer of Advanced Islamic Sciences at Al-Salam Institute (ASI), London.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:

  • Understand the origins and development of Logic, including the relationship between Greek and Islamic philosophers.
  • Be aware of key concepts in the discipline, including ideas, concepts, assents and indications.
  • Demonstrate how these concepts are used to form logical proofs.

Key Information:

Location: London (E1) & LIVE Online

Time: 10am – 5pm

Date: Sunday 26th January 2020

Course Fees:

One-day Intensive (Introduction to Logic):

Onsite:

Early Bird: £25 (save £10)

Full price: £35

Online (includes livestream + 5 days recorded access):

Early Bird: £35 (save £10)

Full price: £45

Two-day Intensive (Introduction to Logic + Introduction to Arabic Rhetoric):

Onsite:

Early Bird: £40 (save £10)

Full price: £50

Online (includes livestream + 5 days recorded access):

Early Bird: £60 (save £10)

Full price: £70

Register before 12th January 2020 and SAVE £10! 

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arabic rhetoric

In this one-day short course, Shaykh Akram Nadwi will be teaching one of the latest additions to his Mabādiʾ Series!

Overview

This course will cover the basic principles of Arabic Rhetoric, based on Shaykh Akram Nadwi’s new book, Mabadi al-Balaghah. This book is part of a series of primers which introduce students to the Islamic Sciences. Arabic Rhetoric follows on from the study of Arabic Grammar and Morphology for students of the Arabic language. It is concerned with establishing a framework for better understanding elevated expression, effective discourse and the use of linguistic techniques. This course will cover three main topics: ‘Ilm al-Ma’ani, ‘Ilm al-Bayan and ‘Ilm al-Badi‘.

Primary Text

Mabadi al-Balaghah

The Author

Dr. Mohammad Akam Nadwi is a graduate of the world-renowned Nadwat al-ʿUlamāʾ, India, who specialises in Ḥadīth literature. He completed his PhD in Arabic Grammar from the University of Lucknow and has since authored and translated over 30 books on the Arabic language and Islamic Sciences. Dr Akram Nadwi worked as a Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies for over 20 years and is currently the Principal and Senior Lecturer of Advanced Islamic Sciences at Al-Salam Institute (ASI), London.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:

  • Understand the origins and development of the Science of Arabic Rhetoric.
  • Identify the three main sub-topics in the science (‘Ilm al-Ma’ani, ‘Ilm al-Bayan and ‘Ilm al-Badi’).
  • Demonstrate how various linguistic techniques are used in the Arabic language to create rhetorical effect.

Key Information:

Location: London (E1) & LIVE Online

Time: 10am – 5pm

Date: Sunday 2nd February 2020

Course Fees: One-day Intensive (Introduction to Arabic Rhetoric):

Onsite:

Early Bird: £25 (save £10)

Full price: £35

Online (includes livestream + 5 days recorded access):

Early Bird: £35 (save £10)

Full price: £45

Two-day Intensive (Introduction to Logic + Introduction to Arabic Rhetoric):

Onsite:

Early Bird: £40 (save £10)

Full price: £50

Online (includes livestream + 5 days recorded access):

Early Bird: £60 (save £10)

Full price: £70

Register before 12th January 2020 and SAVE £10! 

Complete this form to apply for Introduction to Arabic Rhetoric (One-day intensive) onsite.

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Exam and Ijazah

Exam & Ijazah

If you would like to gain an ijazah in Mabadi al-Mantiq and/or Mabadi al-Balaghah, ASI will be providing students with the opportunity to sit an exam and (upon successful completion) gain an ijazah in the text(s).
The exam will be based on the books as well as the live seminars taught by Shaykh Akram Nadwi. The books are written in Arabic and as such students will be required to have intermediate level Arabic in order to sit the exam.

Format:

Students will have access to the text (e-book), live seminar and recorded access thereafter for approximately 1 month after the course. The exam will take place online and in order to gain ijazah in the text students will be required to achieve a minimum of 60% in the exam.

Exam duration will be confirmed upon registration.

Upon successful completion of the exam, students will be issued their ijazah (soft copy only). Printed copies will not be available.

Mabadi al-Mantiq

  • Course Access (seminar & e-book): 26th January – 1st March 2020
  • Exam: To be sat between 24th March – 1st March
  • Results: 27th March 2020
  • Fee: £70

Mabadi al-Balaghah

  • Course Access (seminar & e-book): 2nd February – 1st March 2020
  • Exam: To be sat between 24th March – 1st March
  • Results: 27th March 2020
  • Fee: £70

Combined: Mabadi al-Mantiq & Mabadi al-Balaghah

  • Course Access (seminars & e-books): 26th January – 1st March 2020
  • Exam: To be sat between 24th March – 1st March
  • Results: 27th March 2020
  • Fee: £120

This offer includes onsite and 30 day online access to Introduction to Logic + Exam Access + E-Ijazah (minimum 60% pass mark required)












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