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|The Issue of Translating the Linguistic Term in the Arabic Language|| |
Prof. Dr. Lekbir Elhassani, The Issue of Translating the Linguistic Term in the Arabic Language…………………………. 3-27
This research was based on a conditional rule that if linguistic terminology aspires to become a scientific study of the concepts found in foreign languages; The terminology generation as a standard mechanism can be considered a rule that moves towards complication, which will be reflected in controlling the worlds through which we can create a new terminology culture that gives the Arab lesson a new and vital identity that keeps pace with the development whose chasm has been expanding day by day, The dissipation of this gap will only be achieved by passing the path of unifying the linguistic term and recommending its presence in education and social and cultural life. For this to be achieved, we need specialized research institutions that possess a great degree of competence and seriousness, in addition to a real political will that goes along with the matter.
Concept, Terme, Arabization, Translation
|Deixis and their Manifestations in the Interpretation of the Qur’an. Examples of Surah Al-Anfal|| |
Dr. AHMED TAWFIK, Deixis and their Manifestations in the Interpretation of the Qur’an. Examples of Surah Al-Anfal ………… 29-83
This research tries to benefit from the modern science of linguistics in studying the Quranic discourse and its aprroaches to its interpretation. This is done by applying one of the mechanisms of pragmatic and discourse analysis on the interpretation of Surah Al-Anfal. The research extrapolates the places of personal, temporal, spatial, social and discourse deixis and attempts to interpret them and their references to which they refer. This is done by referring to the various sources of the interpetation of the Quran and the effect of this on determining the intended meaning and its preference.
Linguistic interpretation, Deixis, Pragmatics, discourse analysis, Surah Al-Anfal
|The deliberative dimension of Informative Discourse During the Corona Pandemic, a Study in the Purposes|| |
Dr. Rania Ahmad Amoori, The deliberative dimension of Informative Discourse During the Corona Pandemic, a Study in the Purposes ………………..85-110
The idea of this research revolves around the manifestation of the meaning of discourse in a specific context, considering language as a living use, and not only abstract signs, as grammar practices may show, but rather requires the production of knowledge that makes these signs live interactive, which requires studying the context. The research will study the Informative discourse of the Jordanian Ministry of Health in light of the Corona pandemic, using the pragmatic approach. Because it is the method concerned with studying language in usage, in addition to being concerned with studying the intentions of the discourse producer, and how it can communicate these intentions at a level that exceeds the level of literal significance. Accordingly, the research will study the mechanisms by which the discourse producer employed the different linguistic levels in a specific context, in order to enable the speech to be able to convey its aims, taking into account external facts such as the speech's time, place, and production context. Emphasis will be placed on discourse strategies that have served purpose and authority; Purposes with the required strategies of persuasion, and the authority required by the strategies of guidance and allusion.
The Pragmatic Approach, the Ministry of Health's Speech, Corona pandemic, Discourse, Context.
|Features and Types of Qur'anic Discourse According to Qadi Abd al-Jabbar a Linguistic Approach|| |
Ahmad Nor Adeen Kattan, Features and Types of Qur'anic Discourse According to Qadi Abd al-Jabbar a Linguistic Approach ……………… 111-158
The concept of discourse has received great interest among modern scholars, especially after the appearance of Ferdinand de Saussure's book "Course in General Linguistics". As for our arabic references, we see that the study of the concept of discourse has an ancient history. However, our scholars have paid great attention to the discourses. Therefore, the linguists and the Principles of Islamic jurisprudence scholars have studied the discourse.
This article studies the opinion of one of the Arab scholars kadı Abdul-Jabbar about the Qur’an discourse in many aspects, such as the types of this discourse, the levels at which it was revealed, and the tools that must be found for those who want to interpret the Qur’an.
Discourse, Qur'anic Discourse, Divine Discourse, Qadi Abdul-Jabbar
|The Arabic Language in the Media The Dialectical Relationship|| |
Dr. Said Laouadi, The Arabic Language in the Media The Dialectical Relationship …………….. 159-196
Media is of prime importance in our contemporary lives, both at the individual and collective levels. It may even be a crucial factor in guiding and framing them. Specialists believe that the Arab media does not limit itself to merely disseminating up-to-date news and analyzing its contents. Rather, it constitutes an (open language school) that teaches Arabic to the masses in ways that parallel the means. The Arabic language has integrated with the media industry, highlighting the former’s ability to express accelerated developments, and dismissing the claims that are skeptical of its pertinence to contemporary life.
The agency of the Arabic language by the media has gone through different stages. The first phase began with confusion, and the media language could not get rid of rhetorical axioms and the burden of elaborate stylistic devices. Then came the second stage when pioneers developed the characteristics of this language. They tended to be flexible, easy and contemporary. Then, surged the third stage marked by the retreat of eloquent linguistic performance, and the advent of colloquial dialects and linguistic hybridization. Accordingly, this study examines the dialectical relationship between Arabic and media through two opposite venues. The first traces the positive aspects and the second focuses on the negative ones. The paper then proposes a set of measures to develop this relationship and to correct its course in the future.
The Arabic Language, Media Industry, Arabic Media, Dialects, Linguistic hybridization.
|Politics and Preaching, an Argumentative Approach to Examples of the Sermons of the Khawarij and bany Omaya, E|| |
Dr. Karim Elbaciti, Politics and Preaching, an Argumentative Approach to Examples of the Sermons of the Khawarij and bany Omaya, Ethos Between Ideology and the Contradiction of Saying Action ………………….197-231
Preaching is a human activity that is driven by religion and revolves around it. It has two purposes, either as a reminder or as a fear. As such, it does not mean that it is corrective, because it may be covered in ideology and be confused with politics. Therefore, it becomes a tool for achieving other goals. In this article, we have tried to address the limits of the overlapping of preaching and politics in the sermons of the “the khawarij” and some rulers of “bany omaya” in the person of Hajjaj bin Yusuf al-Thaqafi. We have sought to point out the function of preaching in political discourse and its roles, using the old rhetoric as outlined by Aristotle in his discourse, which included components of origins that are respectively Etos, patos, and Logos. we have confined ourselves to their first component and invested in the second component to monitor how the preacher builds an image of himself or his group under the axis of ethos between ideological conviction and contradicting the statement of action . On the other hand, we have tried to monitor the rush of some of these speeches. We concluded that preaching is used in political discourse to legitimize and acclaim, and that it often slips off course and its employment becomes crude.
Preaching, Politics, Ethos, Pathos, Arguments
|The Reverberation of the First Shock in the Poem The last of Swords|| |
Dr. Awad Al-Hayawi, The Reverberation of the First Shock in the Poem (The last of Swords) ……………………….233-270
The research tackles the reverberation of the first shock of the wife (the poetess Soad Al Sabah) in the poem (The last of Swords) in which she laments her husband amid one of the saddest tragedies that inflected her country Kuwait in order to know the psychology of femininity in this poem of lamentation. And out of the psychological atmosphere of the poem and its relation with the double loss (the husband and the country), passing through the symbols of the late deceased husband (eagle, lion, mountain, sword, tent, beach, shield, tribe, sea, umbrella, and Kuwait) between specialty of experience and the literary memory.
It is a reading that shed light on its relation with folklore on one hand, and the psychological reflections on the poetess which explain her special inclinations on the other hand. In relevant to the self features of the poetess shown in two conspiracies: a major one which targeted her country with its civilized components and human resources, and a senior one that targeted the late deceased husband. The poetess expounded them when she was in a double case of sadness that takes us to confrontation between the lone collective ego and the saturated singular ego. It is an integrated confrontation not a contradictory one.
Soad Al Sabah. Reverberation of Shock, Sword, Psychology, Loss