Ali ibn Mohammed al-Jurjani (1339–1414) (Persian علی بن محمد جرجانی) was a Persian encyclopedic writer and traditionalist theologian. He was born near Astarabad and became a professor in Shiraz. When this city was plundered by Timur in 1387, he moved to Samarkand, but returned to Shiraz in 1405, and remained there until his death.
|Main interest(s)||Kalam (Islamic theology), Mantiq (logic), Falkiat|
The author of more than fifty books, of his thirty-one extant works, many being commentaries on other works, one of the best known is the Taʿrīfāt (تعريفات "Definitions"), which was edited by G Flügel (Leipzig, 1845), published also in Constantinople (1837), Cairo (1866, etc.), and St Petersburg (1897).
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al-Jurjani, Ali* b. Muhammad (al-Sayyid al-Sharif): Persian grammarian, philosopher and linguist; 1339-1413.
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