In the Interpretation of the Great Qura'an by Abu Mansur al-Matridi, who died in 333 AH, semantic essays openness, pluralism on the one hand, and concentration and brevity on the other. This is what we find in his specific view in Quranic verses cut. These letters have a different connotation. And the most important thing in his treatment here is that he did not adhere to one indication of the literal literal one in all places,But It is placed in each place its specific significance with the fact that it remains under the umbrella of moderation moderation and perhaps. This means that a contextual view is dependent on the semantic characteristic of the hull and the fragment, by attaching its semantics to an ambience. The fence in which they were received. It should be noted that this is a new consideration in drawing inspiration in light of the requirements Text coherence, and semantic coherence.. Al-Matridi views the cut-off letters as representations of key words that are heavily embellished with semantic revelation. On the one hand, it is prepared for the wall once, and on the other hand, it is likely to have moderate self-reflexive statements. To deepen the symbolism, and the linguistic summary, and access to mental consideration, educational stations and preaching. Without the absence of manifestations of miracles in their employment. What is important here is that Al-Mataridi understands the Qur'anic verses as an interpretative element. The closed symbolism of the absolute negativity and the uncritical semantic acceptance of interpretation. This is consistent with.mThe foundation for the production of an interpretive discourse of mental approximations to the divine meanings in the light of its contextual contextual data.
Abu Musour al-Matridi; Implicit moderation; explanatory criticism; knowledge development.
|Author:||Mohammed Jaafar Al Ardhi|
|Number of pages:||539-550|