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This chapter presents concluding remarks for this book, which aims to verify and select Bosniac authors, followed by the historical identification of authors, authentication of selected texts and proving the connection that linked those logicians to the great names of the Arabic philosophy and logic, and through them, to Aristotle. With an outlook of the goal of the book, which is to present the works by Bosniacs in the field of logic in Arabic, it is important to say that the history of logic is a perfect indicator of the quality and greatness of the contribution of Bosniacs in spreading and developing philosophical thinking. It also shows how much the territory of this country is unique in Europe for its development, are the diversity of sources and experiences. Therefore it is a point of meeting and coexistence of different social, philosophical and theological doctrines and traditions.

Keywords: Arabic logic; Arabic philosophy; Aristotle; Bosniac authors; Europe



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