Al-Zamakhshari

Abu al-Qasim Mahmud ibn Umar al-Zamakhshari, connu sous le nom de al-Zamakhshari (en arabe: الزمخشري), appelé aussi Jar Allah (Le voisin de Dieu) (1074-1143) est un théologien, grammairien et moraliste musulman, célèbre commentateur du Coran influencé par le motazilisme. Il est né à Zamakhshar dans le Khwarezm.

Œuvres

  • Al-Kashshaaf, (arabe : کشاف ) commentaire du Coran.
  • Rabi' al-Abrar
  • Asasul-Balaghat dar-Lughat (arabe :اساس البلاغه)
  • Fasul-ul-Akhbar
  • Fraiz Dar-ilm Fariz
  • Kitab-Fastdar-Nahr
  • Muajjam-ul-Hadud
  • Manha Darusul
  • Diwan-ul-Tamsil
  • Sawaer-ul-Islam
  • Muqaddimat al-Adab مقدمه الادب (dictionnaire arabe/khwarezmien)
  • کتاب الامکنه والجبال والمیاه (Géographie))
  • مفصل انموذج (Nahw: Grammaire arabe)

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