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The Arabic grammatical tradition

a study in taʻlīl

by Yasir Suleiman

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Published by Edinburgh University Press in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arabic language -- Grammar -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-218) and index.

    StatementYasir Suleiman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ6106 .S84 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 228 p. ;
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6891937M
    ISBN 100748606971
    LC Control Number00560008

      Addeddate Identifier MadinaArabicGrammarBooksAndSideBooksFullSet Identifier-ark ark://t0ns23t9q Ocr ABBYY . This book explores aspects of the Arabic Grammatical Tradition and Arabic Linguistics from both a theoretical and descriptive perspective. It also touches on issues of relevance to other disciplines, particularly Qur'anic exegesis and : Taylor And Francis.

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: pt. 1. Arabic grammar. Zayd Ibn ʻAlī's Commentary on the Qurʼān / Kees Versteegh --Autonomy versus non-autonomy in the Arabic grammatical tradition / Yasir Suleiman --Aspects of the use of grammatical terminology in medieval Arabic grammatical tradition / Yishai Peled - .   The Arabic grammatical tradition is one of the great traditions in the history of linguistics, yet it is also one that is comparatively unknown to modern western linguistics. The purpose of the present book is to provide an introduction to this grammatical tradition not merely by summarizing it, but by putting it into a perspective that will Pages:

    A grammar of Irish originated in the 7th century with the Auraicept na n-Éces. Arabic grammar emerged with Abu al-Aswad al-Du'ali in the 7th century. The first treatises on Hebrew grammar appeared in the High Middle Ages, in the context of Mishnah (exegesis of the Hebrew Bible). The Karaite tradition originated in Abbasid Baghdad. PDF | On Jan 1, , A O Sanni and others published Review of: Baalbaki, Ramzi (ed.): The Early Islamic Grammatical Tradition. Aldershot: Ashgate, | Find, read and cite all the research you Author: Amidu Sanni.


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Book Description. Professor Baalbaki deals here with the Arabic grammatical tradition and the analytical methods of the medieval Arab grammarians.

The essays included open new perspectives on the most authoritative work on Arabic grammar, Sibawayhi's tome or Kitab, on the relation between grammatical study and other areas of linguistic enquiry.

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In grammar it covers a host of areas of immense theoretical interest, including description, methodology. The special character of Arabic did not discourage Muslims from exploring the lan Cite this page Michael G. Carter, “Grammatical Tradition: History”, in: Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, Managing Editors Online Edition: Lutz Edzard, Rudolf de Jong.

View Arabic Grammatical Tradition Research Papers on for free. The Arabic linguistic tradition (also termed Arabic grammatical tradition) is the most extensive among the Arabic linguistic sciences.

This article focuses on the two major branches of the grammatical tradition: nahw (which refers to grammar in general but more specifically to syntax); and sarf (morphology).

Sections of the article cover early grammar and the origins of the grammatical theory Author: Ramzi Baalbaki. Abstract. Fāʾida is an important and complex term in Medieval Arabic grammatical theory. The literal meaning of the term is ‘benefit/usefulness’, but since the grammarians used it to refer to the ‘value’ of sentences, syntactic constructions, or single words, it can be understood in various contexts as ‘communicative value’, ‘message’ or ‘meaning’.

Summarizes parallels between Arabic syntactic theory and the modern dependency tradition of grammatical analysis.

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