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4 and Ch. 7. 38. Tad, 186rº 14-16. 39. , 171rº 11-13; cf. also M 5, 205, 11-16, cited in note 21 and n. 50 and Ch. 6, nn. 55 and 56. 40. , created) being or of the transcendent; these meaningsour understanding and use of thembelong to and are rooted in the experience of the world. , 5, 186, and the text cited Ch. 4, n. 33; see also Ch. 4, n. 5 concerning the haqd'iq*. 41. , Muh* 188, 23 ff. (translated in Ch. 4, n. ; M 5, 205; SU5, 536 f. (cited Ch. 6, n. 56); et alibi. 42. , M 8, 74, 17 f. and on these terms generally my "al-Mawgud* wal-Ma'dûm" in Revue Philosophique forthcoming.
Citt. and al-Mubarrad, al-Muqtadab* 3, 97 f. v. This sense of becoming, however, is basic to the verb and it is as such that it is used in the translation literature to render Greek . Page 34 31. Cf. Sîbawayh 1, 199 f. , p. ; and Ibn Ya'â 1, 97. That the hal* term must be indefinite (nakira) and can not be definite, cf. also ibid. 2, 55 and 60. 32. See the references cited in n. 20 and, on the terminology, cf. M. Carter, "An Arab Grammarian of the Eighth Century," JAOS 93 (1973): 146 ff. Though the matter is clearest in the discussions of the governance of the inflections of the subject and predicate cited n.
Also ibid. 2, 55 and 60. 32. See the references cited in n. 20 and, on the terminology, cf. M. Carter, "An Arab Grammarian of the Eighth Century," JAOS 93 (1973): 146 ff. Though the matter is clearest in the discussions of the governance of the inflections of the subject and predicate cited n. 20, as-Sîrâî's discussion of the terms al-musnad and al-musnad 'ilayhî is interesting and, since it is not available in print, is worth citing in part. He explains the sense of the technical expressions in terms of the meaning of the words as they occur in ordinary literary usage thus: "As for [Sîbawayh's] expression [in the chapter heading] 'the attributed and that to which something is attributed', this may be taken in four ways, the most fruitful and satisfying of which is this: the sense of 'the attributed' is the report and the account (al-haditu* wal-habaru*) and 'that to which something is attributed' is that concerning which something is reported.
Beings and Their Attributes: The Teaching of the Basrian School of the Mutazila in the Classical Period by Richard M. Frank