Semantic accumulation in the Quranic text (a study in cultural patterns)
Keywords:Semantic accumulation in the cultural system, pronunciation, installation, the sound
The Qur’anic discourse is embodied according to cultural (linguistic) structures consistent with the level of awareness of the addressees to achieve the decisive divine argument for them, in addition to the aesthetic means in that great discourse that includes rhetorical images of normative and other great descriptive ones that require deep contemplation and analysis, and all of this is inseparable from the perceived natural and social environment of the addressees. And not aware. From here, this study tended to sensitize that linguistic achievement in the Qur’anic discourse through its great linguistic units, so the area that had the best chance for the verbal discourse with its patterns that included multiple connotations, then the syntax of the sentence structure with its divergent connotations and the least inclusive of the Qur’anic event, the linguistic movements and sounds and syllables in the surprising connotation field (pregnancy). The recipient is due to the accuracy of the employment of these linguistic units in words and structures, as it is difficult for the student to separate between these linguistic units due to the unity of their participation in the completion of the Qur’anic event, and the verbal difference was mentioned in the linguistic structure and significance with the association with one external ratio according to what is required by the position of the addressee, as well as Harmony of the two structures with the pattern of the event. The absolute divine authority’s awareness of the intersection events in the apparent, hidden, static, and moving culture of the addressees achieves multiple indications due to their improper ritual practices because they try to escape from the grip of the divine authority and its constant pressure on them. The stored in memory is transformed into an accomplished transformative structure, then into a hypothetical structure of completion in simulating the pattern of the accomplished event of the divine discourse.
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