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|Title:||مفهوم الإستعارة عند أبي هلال العسكري في كتابه الصّناعتين والسّكاكي في كتابه مفتاح العلوم|
|Authors:||أفراح كمال عبدالقادر البشير|
|Publisher:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية|
|Citation:||جامعـــة إفريقــيا العالميـــة -عمـــادة الدراســات العليــا-كليـــة اللغــة العربيــة- قسم اللغة العربية|
|Abstract:||The research dealt with the concept of metaphor and its colors according to Abu Hilal Al-Askari in his book (The Two Industries) and its place in rhetoric, then rooting the concept of metaphor and studying it as an analytical rhetorical study to highlight the secrets of aesthetic metaphor of its different types and its impact on the performance of meanings, and trying to stand and balance the opinions of deniers and biased metaphors in metaphor and others. The research reached several results, the most important of which are: There is a dispute among scholars on the issue of the existence of metaphor in the Holy Qur’an. The majority of scholars, including the Hanafis, Malikis, Shafi’is, linguists, and al-Bayan, said that metaphors exist in the language, the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Abu Hilal Al-Askari believes that metaphor is more informative than the truth, with its classification of benefit, and if it is not, then the truth is more informative than it. The predominance of logic over Al-Sakaki, as he is keen on the persistence of his definitions, which makes him seek to put heavy logical restrictions and precautions that have the effect of workmanship and affection, and this is a hospital from the definition of semantics, and in the definition of mental truth, and in the definition of mental metaphor, and the definition of linguistic truth. It is said: One of the characteristics of the Al-Sakaki school: the tendency to divisions and definitions, but this saying is not to be released, as we have seen many times Al-Sakaki’s distaste for the large number of divisions, such as his denial of mental metaphor by placing him in the wire of metaphor.|
|Appears in Collections:||أطروحات الماجستير|
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