‫ا‪لمجاز في كتاب تأويل مشكل‬ ‫القرآن لابن قتيبة‬

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2015-06-15
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صديقة محمد محمود, أبو كليب
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UOFK
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The basic objective of this research, is to know whether the early learned men (Ulema) had altended to the existence of figuration (or metaphor) in the Holy Koran, and the phenomenon of figuration had attracted them to make researches on same. This would lead them to be able to deduce it, between the folds of the verses of the Holy Book, analyse them scientifically and eloquently, in a way which satisfies the belief of the Muslims and concur with their conceptions and their terminologies, in line with the advancement of rhetoric. The research problem which was handled by the research, is the exposure of the concept of an early learned man (one of the "Ulema") who is "Ibn Qutayba" of metaphoric figuration in the Holy Koran. His greart efforts were directed towards the classification figuration (metaphors), into various types. Then he organized his finding into specified chapters. He was not precedented, in his realm by any other of the "Ulema". In addition, he defended sod's words and purified them, against any impurities and flaws. Moreover, his role in setting the first basis for the rhetoric, is much appreciated. Thus, all the learned men "Ulema" of rhetoric, have followed his steps. This was done, in this research, by adopting a descriptive- analytic approach, by the review of the Koranic verse, accompanied by the comment and analysis of "Ibn Qutayba" and those of some of the learned men of eloquence, together with the remarks and the personal views of the researcher, whenever opportunity allowed. If there was any deficiency of "Ibn Qutayba" in his book (Taweel shankl Al-Koran) – (Construing the from of the Koran), it would only be defaults, like the disorder of the significance of same rhetoric terminologies and their intermingling with each other.
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المجاز في كتاب تأويل مشكل القرأن لابن قتيبة
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