مفهوم الوصف عند الأصوليين وتطبيقاتُهُ في القرآن الكريم دراسة دلاليَّة

  • رافد حميد يوسف
  • علي كاظم عبد علي
Keywords: description concept, fundamentalists, descriptive sentence, opposition concept, Holy Quran

Abstract

Praise be to God, Lord of the worlds, and prayers and peace be upon the envoy, a mercy to the worlds, Abu al-Qasim Muhammad, and to his good and pure family.

The study of semantics among fundamentalists represents the essence of their linguistic research and its basic purpose. The semantics research occupied a wide area in their fundamentalist literature, and it received great attention from them, so they engaged in it and worked on it with precision, depth and investigation, and this can be seen through their extensive investigations on the significance of words, sentences and structures. Fundamentalists usually address their research with semantics, as verbal evidence forms an important part of the introductions that fall in the way of eliciting the legal rule in which the purpose of fundamentalism is achieved، Among the most important semantic investigations that the fundamentalists are concerned with is the concept of the concept, especially the contradictory concept based on the idea of ​​restrictions and the absence of judgment when there is no registration or not, they took care of him most carefully, separated the words in it, mentioned its sections, and showed how to use it to understand the texts, and given the many restrictions and the difference Its peculiarities, the research was limited to the concept of description and application to it through the verses of the Holy Qur’an. The research was divided into two topics: The first: the concept of description among the fundamentalists, and I dealt with in it the definition of description in language and reform, sections of description, and the concept of the descriptive sentence and its significance to the concept, but the topic The second was to study the concept of description as an applied study through the verses of the Noble Qur’an.

Published
2021-03-31
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