Problematic Issues in Assigning the Result Clause (Jawāb Sharṭ) In the Holy Quran: A Study in the Result of the Conditional Article


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2014-10-15
2015-05-18
125 - 158

Keywords

  • Main Clause.
  • Conditional Particle
  • Holy Quran Parsing
  • Syntactic Analysis Variation

Abstract

This study aimed at tracing and examining the differences in grammarians’ attitudes and opinions with respect to the results of conditional articles in Arabic. These results are mostly problematic as they are ambiguous and untranslatable due to a set of reasons identified by the researcher. To disclose these problems, the researcher traced relevant disputable examples from the Holy Quran upon which Arab grammarians depended to back up their conflicting opinions and points of view. The results of this study are likely to be used to interpret the Holy Quran and imitate some of its styles in terms of achieving its semantic objectives and goals.

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فِي مُشْكِلِ تَعِيِينِ الجَوَابِ فِي القُرْآنِ الكَرِيمِ - دِرَاسَةٌ فِي جَوَابِ أَدَاةِ الشَّرْطِ


معلومات المقال

2014-10-15
2015-05-18
125 - 158

الكلمات الإفتتاحية

  • Main Clause.
  • Conditional Particle
  • Holy Quran Parsing
  • Syntactic Analysis Variation

الملخص

هَذِهِ دِّرَاسَةٌ تَعَلَّقَتْ بِالإِنْبَاءِ عَنْ اخْتِلَافِ أَنْظَارِ النَّحْوِيِّينَ، وَتَبَايُنِهَا، فِي الكَشْفِ عَنْ جَوَابِ جُمْلَةٍ مِنْ أَدَوَاتِ الشَّرْطِ فِي العَرَبِيَّة، خَفِيَ مَعْنَاهُ، وَغَمَضَ تَأْوِيلُهُ، لِأَسْبَابٍ عَيَّنَتْهَا الدِّرَاسَةُ، وَاتَّخَذَتْ مِنَ النَّصِّ القُرْآنِيِّ المُشْكِلِ مَادَّةً، بَيَّنَتْ، مِنْ خِلَالِهَا، أَنْظَارَ النَّحْوِيِّينَ، وَأَقْوَالَهُمْ المُضْطَرِبَةَ، فِي تَأْوِيلِ أَجْوِبَةِ هَذِهِ الأَدَوَاتِ، وَتَعْيِينِهَا، قَصْدًا لِفَهْمِ مَقَاصِدِ النَّصِّ القُرْآنِي، وَاكْتِنَاهِ بَعْضِ أَسَالِيبِهِ، فِي أَدَاءِ مَقَاصِدِهِ، وَمَرَامِيهِ فِي أَدَاءِ المَعَانِي.

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