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Vers une nouvelle lecture de la Risāla attribuée à Sahl b. Hārūn par al-Ǧāḥiẓ*

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Résumé Contrairement à ce qu’ont dit les auteurs arabes anciens et certains chercheurs modernes, l’épître dite de Sahl b. Hārūn qui suit l’introduction du Livre des avares ne défend pas l’avarice. Cette recherche veut montrer que l’épître en question est une satire parodique écrite par al-Ǧāḥiẓ pour corriger le vice de ses contemporains et particulièrement ceux de l’élite de la société. Notre article tentera de montrer qu’al-Ǧāḥiẓ utilise l’ironie de façon pragmatique pour décrier l’attitude d’un de ses contemporains atteint du mal de l’avarice. L’épître est donc en parfaite harmonie avec les autres éléments du livre.

Affiliations: 1: Université de Haïfa

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2013-01-01
2016-12-02

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