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B. Le vocabulaire choisi pour exprimer le phénomène coranique

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The Qur&s;anic text not only chose a specific vocabulary to talk about his own nature as a text: it also chose a vocabulary expressing the Qurʾān as a phenomenon. However, we believe that the presentation becomes clear if we present at first the idea that the Qurʾān comes "from God" or "beside of God", because this fundamental assertion runs throughout the Qur&s;anic text. The Qur&s;anic text is also described as something of pronouncement, as a "speech". Finally, beyond the technical aspects of the appearance of the Qurʾān from God and its description of God as a phenomenon of communication to men, the rest of the vocabulary chosen by the "author" to express the Qurʾān as phenomenon concerns the assessment of what constitutes the Qur&s;anic phenomenon for men, its role in the lives of listeners or readers. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: god; positive vocabulary; Qurʾān; Qur&s;anic phenomenon; Qur&s;anic text; speech

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