From systems to style: a theoretical introduction to the study of patterns of linguistic substitution in the Qur'anic phrase


People have been preoccupied with the Noble Qur’an from the time of the prophethood until now, when it was brought up again in the methods of expression, the regulations and secrets of legislation it presented, and the social, economic, political, and scientific constitutions that it drew for human life. Mankind became aware of the new religion’s call calling for freedom, peace, justice, social and human solidarity, and nations and peoples joined under its banner, and the voice of truth was lofty: (O people, we have made you peoples and tribes to know you. If God honors you, God knows best.)The Qur’anic studies have varied, and many have said, views have multiplied, and opinions diverged, among which was what dealt with this Qur’anic miracle with linguistic research, and the forward-looking study to find out the sources of intellectual flow in its expressive structures, and its influential stylistic structures, despite the fact that Abd al-Qaher al-Jarjani (471 AH) He has brought the Qur’anic studies out of the framework of tradition to an artistic horizon in which he established his understanding of the idea of ​​systems, commenting each other’s words and making each other due to one another, and linked all of that to grammar, saying, “Know that the systems are only to put your words into the situation required by grammar, and work On his laws and principles, and his methods are known that have been approached and not diverted from them, and the drawings that were drawn for you are preserved, so we should not be disturbed by any of them, then Al-Zamakhshari (583e) attempted in his interpretation to apply what he went in this direction, because the idea and its applications remained within the limits of the narrow theoretical attempt Because it did not include all the Qur’an texts, and it was still unable to frame the complete stylistic understanding of the language of the Qur’an. The sob is other than the language, and if the language is the garment of thought, then the style is the separation of that dress and its special style