Jurisprudential influences in grammatical studies Arab scholars have
Keywords:jurisprudential influences, Grammar Studies, Arab scholars
In the process of shedding light on the mutual influence between jurisprudence and grammatical principles, we noted the extent of their overlap, and how the principles of Sharia influence to a large extent on grammatical ones. On which grammar is built, and the rules that pave the way for deducing grammatical judgment from these evidence and sources ; Therefore , we find the fundamentalist approach has a great impact on the grammatical research approach from both sides – diagnosing the evidence, and the aspects of its significance – until they reached the point of justifying their issues with what the jurists justified by saying that grammar is reasonable from transmitted just as jurisprudence is reasonable from transmitted. Therefore, the reader finds in diagnosing the grammatical evidence what he finds among the fundamentalists (hearing, analogy, meeting, approving, and approving the situation) and others. Hence, the origins of grammar are neither descriptive nor theoretical; Because it came later than grammar, it was not established according to the true need of grammar, but rather it is a traditional work of the origins of another science – with personal motives and desires – far removed by its nature and rulings from
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