The Tabaristi Approach to Phonemic Interpretation: A Contemporary Linguistic Study


He is Sheikh Abu Ali Al-Fadl Bin Al-Hussein Bin Al-Fadl. He was born within the year 470 AH in a family distinguished by science and literature. He first recorded his life in Tabaristan and studied religious, literary and linguistic sciences in it and sailed there. After that, he went to Sizwar in the year 523 AH and remained there, practicing his scientific life between research, writing and teaching He is one of the commentators of the sixth century A.D. and one of the front lines.It is not a vicious thing to describe Al-Tabarsi with all of this, for he is the author of the book (Majma 'al-Bayan fi Tafsir al-Qur’an), in which we devoted our research to the form of his approach to the interpretation of words and in which he emerged as an expert, informative, jurist, syntactic and linguist, who is able and knowledgeable. As if he was seeking the benefit of the linguistic student in particular, so his linguistic study came as a validation for his statement in the introduction to his book (for the literature mayor and grammar several).Through this study, I am interested in expressions as one of the tools of the interpreter, which he must master in terms of principles, derivations, analogues, contrast, heart and substitutions, in order to highlight their meanings on the face, so his interpretation came in its ten parts that includes: - And a great deal of linguists' opinions with weighting and commenting on them, And a huge number of expressions that were dealt with by careful linguistic research,- As for his linguistic approach to research, it has many aspects of leadership that are lacking in many of the tafsir books whose makers have emerged in the linguistic fields.