As-Salaamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh, I am directing this question towards the brothers, Sharif Abu Jafar and Abuz Zubair, but i hope everyone has something of importance to add to this topic. Years ago I happened upon a work of Shaykh-ul-Islaam ibn Taymiyyah's refutation of greek logic and the impact of aristotelian logic and philosophy on Islamic thought. Because my arabic is not very strong at present, I have a hard time understanding the more detailed and intricate aspects of the Shaykh's arguments. So I am asking if there are any good books on aristotelian logic or good refutations of Aristotle and his understandings. I understand what Ibn Taymiyyah was saying about Platonic philosophy and the impact of his "forms." But how did Ibn Taymiyyah see Aristotle? I may have to go back to the book and try to re-read it. It has been a while and maybe I will get more from it this time. Insha'Allaah, this can lead to some good for the brothers and sisters.