Mantiq is the Arabic name given to the science of classical logic – which has formed a major part of classical syllabi for Islamic scholars for centuries. Aiming to equip students with a skillset and methodology to ensure logical and consistent thought-processes and analysis, it is s science given ever less attention in today’s world. This work – part of a series of primers being written and published by the team at Sadr al-Ulama Academy – is a concise and beneficial work for the student as they begin their journey in the Islamic sciences. Written in easy-to-understand English, it enables the student to engage with the concepts and commit them to memory.
This work is an introduction to classical logic. It is one of the first independent books written in the English language.
This long overdue translation of a work by Shaykh Abd al-Aziz Pirharwi, may Allah be pleased with him, fulfils the obligation of revealing knowledge when the Companions are cursed by sectarian individuals and people of weak understanding who lack the principles to interpret history.
This concise work by the tenth-century jurist and sage, Imam Abu Layth Samarqandi is a perfect antidote to our state, awakening the believer from his slumber by detailing ten of the major sins and their punishments, before inspiring us to greater heights with a detailed description of Paradise and its bounties. Translated into English by Mawlana Ali Asghar, this work is an essential read for all who desire to find inner peace.