السنة 35، العدد 42، الربیع 2005، الصفحة 25-370
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 25-48
The study had come to appoint the social thinking of Fostel De Kolange. in his book the oldest city, it is a study about the religion beliefs of Greek and roman city.
The aim of study represented by definition the social thinking of Greeks and Romans though observe the social thinking of Fostel De Kolange the researcher found that De Kolange was interested with methodical definitude, the researcher appoint, this definitude through followed the roman and Greek social thinking starting from it’s first stage which represented in consider the religion a basic and axis of life with all it’s units until the final stage of the oldest development stage on the other hand the fortune became a criteria to define social favored.
Also researcher noticed that belief of Fostel De Kolange with social change, he becomes in every item of the book chapters’ items an implicit sign show his thought that change has achieve steps of progress, But it is slow relatively because of routine life related with introvert cities in the essential stages of its origin.. until discovered there are four revolutions done slowly in a long distance times especially first and second revolutions which upside-down the society body this notice shows the social sense of De Kolange.
It should take with a consideration that events which De Kolange talks about had been started from seventh century B.C continues until second century B.C at the era of first and second revolutions, from third century till fourth century at the era of fourth and third revolutions.
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 49-69
was aprominent, modest scholar (of the third esteemed group).
He was one of the seven ‘faqihs’ (theologists) who taught ‘figh’ and ‘Hadith’ in Al-Madina-1 Munawwarah. He was a famous man of letters and a sensitive poet enjoying a skillful poetic talent matured through his broad education and knowledge, as well as his innate talent in skillful speech.
This paper is an attempt to provide a collection of his poetry and investigate it. The total number of lines he wrote was 84 involving nineteen stanzas. His poetry was organized alphabetically according to the sequence of Arabic prosody starting with the Tawil metre.
We tricel our best to deal with the texts extensively mentioning first the source of the text according to its time and paying attention to showing the difference of sources seeking the most objective method.
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 85-98
Al-Tunookhi’s book deals with a single topic which is clearly expressed by the title of the book.
In this study we try to attempt an analytical study of narration in a specific pattern in prose writing which most of ancient studies tackled in sofar as it depends on certain elements suchas the movement from the serious to the redicule and the mixture of interainment and benefit and poetry and prose in addition to elaboration and selection.
This analysis, however, subjective and it links suitability with the nature of the ancient prosaic discourse. It also makes full use of modern critical narration according to the text and the method which permits studying the following: the way of writing, events, epigraph, time, characters and dialogue.
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 99-114
This paper studies an important Book of Grammar classified among as one of pedagogical books, entitled al-‘Irshad. This book was written by the celebrated scholar, Saad ud-Din bin Omar al-Taftazani. This study starts with a brief Introduction about this book and a description of the two editions of the book used by the study i.e. al-Awqaf edition, Baghdad and Mosul. Because of the characteristics of the former edition, it was adopted as the original source of the study. Then, we explained our method of study. We aimed to show this book as thoroughly investigated in order to be loyal to the Glorious Quran and the author of the book.
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 135-156
Information explosion makes the world as a small village. This explosion creates many developments and affects on university libraries. As a result we have the information, digital libraries, and web sites. So where is the situation of Iraqi University Libraries in this case? An how can they deal with the digital libraries through internet?
This paper shed alight on the fact products a new structre, which helps Iraqi University Libraries using the facilities of internet, computer LAN, and Cyberspace.
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 222-249
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السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 332-349
السنة 35, العدد 42, الصفحة 350-370