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akbarizade F, mohases M. The Study of Sign-Semantics in Missionary Discourse of Musa (AS). IQBQ. 2017; 8 (5) :293-318
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-14-2356-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature, University of Al-Zahra, Tehran, Iran
2- Assistant professor of Quran and Hadith, martyr Beheshti University, Faculty of Theology and Religion, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (837 Views)
The discourse of Quran is a multi-layered one and through meaning based methods one can clarify the value processing of meaning, its functional aspect and the influence of text. In this regard discursive sign-semantics approach through reading out the fluid systems of the text along with the formatting the superstructure tries to indicate the function, production and reception of the meaning in discursive systems. The present article by the use of tension model studies the sixty initial verses of Surah Shu'araa which narrates the missionary discourse of Musa (AS) to modelize and tranquil the Prophet (PUBH). The tensive atmosphere available in the discourse of verses includes the discursive systems and though fluctuating semantic boundaries forms the fluid process of meaning through the interaction with emotional and cognitive aspects. The discourse of verses is interactive and due to the presence of sensory perception and Shushi is in unstable and unexpected condition so that in the conflict of parties with the connection and disconnection in speaker space as well as aesthetic miraculous event, discourse goes to the discourse analyzing proses i.e. lordship, to shape within aesthetic aspects beyond the advertising competence and performance.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Sémiotique
Received: 2016/09/11 | Accepted: 2017/05/15 | Published: 2017/11/22

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