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D. L’articulation des trois stratégies et les procédés rhétoriques

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In this chapter, the author considers how all the three self-referential argument strategies articulates by evoking two present elements that serve as "glue" to the articulation of three strategies: the aspect that we call "binary", and a certain number of Rhetoric processes. Without claiming a comprehensive study of rhetorical processes used in the Qur&s;anic text, it seemed necessary to present the main processes because they play a key role in the way the Qurʾān presents itself, that is to say, ultimately, in the way the listener or reader will understand that what is the Qurʾān and what this implies to them. They are asides, comments, innuendo and other processes which reinforce the two processes. Synchronic reading of the text has shown the strength and ubiquity of self-referential argument. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: argument strategies; binary aspect; innuendo; Qurʾān; Qur&s;anic text; rhetoric processes; self-referential argument



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