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Introduction de la partie I

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This chapter explores the self-referential vocabulary that does not rely on the way how the Islamic tradition presents the asmāʾal-qurʾān, but on a comprehensive investigation of the Qur&s;anic text as a whole. In order to expose clearly, the self-referential vocabulary of the Qurʾāan, we distinguished two sets of terms, which we analyze into two parts: those describing the Qurʾāan as a text and those describing the Qurʾāan as a phenomenon. In this chapter, the author tried to combine the study of the origin of the word and its meaning in the language and the text at time of employment, and the study of what he used to describe - the study being assisted by textual context. Arab sources for the study of vocabulary are dictionaries, and tafāsīr and works of Qur&s;anic sciences are mentioned in this chapter. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Arab sources; Islamic tradition; Qurʾāan; Qur&s;anic text; self-referential vocabulary



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