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Title: Semiotics in the Arab heritage
Authors: Mariam Abu Baker
مريم أبوبكر
Keywords: Semiotics, mark, heritage, Context, Interpretation
سيمياء, علامة, تراث, سياق, تأويل
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: جامعة القدس المفتوحة/Al-Quds Open University
Abstract: The importance of the study marked by "semiotics in the Arab heritage" is that it links a recent critical approach, the "semiotic approach" to the heritage roots, in an attempt to highlight aspects of convergence, to emphasize that the semiotic approach adopted by many scholars is not a new breakthrough in critical studies, but has roots in the critical and rhetorical heritage. I talked in the preface, about the linguistic meaning of semiotics, the conventional meaning of semiotics, an approach between the meaning of semiotics in the Arab heritage and the meaning of semiotics in Western criticism, the problem of the multiplicity of the term semiotics in the Arabic translation, and the problem of the westernization of the critical term "semiotics model", and the semantic spaces of semiotics in the Arab heritage. The first chapter is entitled "Semiotics in literary and rhetorical heritage", in which she spoke about the seminal terms in the Arab heritage (semiotics, mark, signalling, sign, and frills), semiotics in the books of the protruding, and the reference in the statement and the two, and the will of the senses in the book of the animal. In the second chapter , "The Semium of the Body and The Whims", I talked about the seminal language of the eyes in the book "The ring of the Dove in the affinity and The Thousands of Ibn Hazm Al Andalusi" , and the semiotics of body language in the book "Rawda Al Mohebeen and Nuzhat Al Mushtaqin" by Ibn Qayyim Al Jawziyyah , and the vision and interpretation in the book of "Interpretation of Dreams" of Ibn Serin . In the third chapter, titled "The Semi-Fashion in the Arab Heritage", I spoke about the dress of caliphs and princes, the dress of poets and preachers, the dress of the public, and the semantics of decorative tools in the Palestinian heritage. Some of the most prominent research results include: 1- Celebrating the Arab heritage with semiotic texts. 2- The frequency of semiotic and tag concepts in the Arab heritage in a way that approaches modernist concepts. 3- Semiotic studies are a renewal of critical awareness by re-raising issues of meaning. 4- Visual patterns are among the most present in the Arab heritage.
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