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While Part I of this article examined the role played by Kūfan readers and grammarians in the genesis of Arabic linguistic thought, furnishing a synopsis of issues such as origins, features, and influential individuals, Part II focuses upon a similar treatment of the contribution made by Baṣran...
Chaining is a linguistic mechanism that is concerned with the construction of texts, their textuality and their network of semantic relations. It is concerned with the practical investigation of the constituent units of a given text of any length. This means that we can carry out an in-depth...
This article represents a tentative and preliminary investigation of the possibilities inherent in a new rhetorical criticism of the Qur'an, i.e. one that does not confine itself to any single tradition but is willing to draw on whatever resources may be deemed useful. It begins by showing why...
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