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Introduction de la partie II

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The introduction chapter of the book presents a study of how the Qur&s;anic text uses the vocabulary to build a self-referential argument. It presents only an analysis based on a synchronic approach to the text, that is to say, an approach that considers the text forming a whole, a defined corpus. However, the chapter explores the Qurʾān as argumentative text, that is to say in search of what or "author(s)" has/have wanted to communicate as message about Qurʾān. Throughout the analysis work, we discovered that the implicit self-reference spreads according to three main strategies. Each of the argumentative strategies is based on description of phenomena other than Qurʾān: by describing and commenting on phenomena, and by imbricating the speech within other logics, the Qur&s;anic text brings its speech on these phenomena to play particular role in the argument. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: argumentative strategies; implicit selfreference; Qurʾān; Qur&s;anic text; self-referential argument; synchronic approach



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