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|Title:||The Indicative Cognition set by the Fundamentalists|
كاظم طلال البكري
|Publisher:||جامعة القدس المفتوحة/Al-Quds Open University|
|Abstract:||The Arabic Language is not merely a set of vocal templates for the expression of thoughts and meanings; it is in fact a part of the thinking process in the legislative texts (Quran and Hadith). So, it is not possible to infer logical and methodical reasons or realize the intention and target of the legislator (Allah) away from it. This significant and indicative thinking has been introduced by the fundamentalists (scholars of the principles of Fiqh) and the indicative subjects have been adopted as an essential part of the principles of philology (Fiqh). The study comprises an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion besides a list of resources and references. All this study has been based on the descriptive analytical method. The chapters are arranged as follows: Chapter One is designed for the study of the denotation of language and cognition both in linguistic and idiomatic forms, in addition to the theories of the relation of cognition and language discussed by the fundamentalists and linguists. Chapter Twois set for the research of the connotation of language and its concept, its types and aspects as set by fundamentalists, and above all it includes the significances in the whole linguistic system. Chapter Three has been set apart for the study of the connection between the legislative linguistic text with the principles of philology (Fiqh) besides the fundamentalists’ types of the linguistic implication that formed the indicative conception. The study has come to the conclusion that language, in fact, is a part of the legislative process of thinking, and that the fundamentalists have really explored the depths of the words for interrogating the intention of the legislator. So, the fundamental linguistic indicatives are the output of the Islamic cognitive mentalists that haven’t been reached by other linguists of grammarian except by the fundamentalists.|
|Appears in Collections:||Arabic Language and Literature - اللغة العربية وآدابها|
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