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C. La stratégie d’argumentation C: rôle prophétique et polémiques

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This chapter presents third argument strategy: the discourse on Mohammed, to which a discourse on the prophets of the past and their mission is associated. It is devoted to the presentation of the prophetic role of Mohammed by Qur&s;anic text. The chapter explores the purpose which had the "author" by choosing to report such polemic dialogues: what did he say?, to whom? and why? These dialogues and polemic passages show us initially accused Mohammed, then defended by the text. The polemic passages concerning the Mission of Mohammed and the Qurʾān have a strong self-referential target. In the Qur&s;anic text, other polemic scenes are inserted: the confrontation between the earlier prophets and their own audience. The link between the polemics concerning Mohammed and the polemics concerning the previous prophets also shows itself through the way the elements are arranged within every sura. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: argument strategy; earlier prophets; Mohammad's prophetic role; polemic dialogues; Qur&s;anic text



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