Studies in the History of Arabic Grammar II (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
320
Utgivningsdatum
1990-01-01
Förlag
John Benjamins Publishing Co
Volymtitel
2nd, 1987
Dimensioner
225 x 155 x 25 mm
Vikt
540 g
ISSN
0304-0720
ISBN
9789027245434
Studies in the History of Arabic Grammar II (inbunden)

Studies in the History of Arabic Grammar II

Proceedings of the second symposium on the history of Arabic grammar, Nijmegen, 27 April-1 May, 1987

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This volume presents papers given at the second Symposium on the History of Arabic Grammar (Nijmegen, 1987). The subject has many aspects and invites many different approaches, which might roughly be categorized into three main groupings, viz. treatments of individual grammarians, examinations of particular grammatical topics, and analysis of medieval concepts from the perspective of contemporary linguistics.
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1. Preface; 2. De ce qui "ne se dit pas" dans le Livre de Sibawayhi: La Notion de Tamti l (by Ayoub, Georgine); 3. 'I'rab and Bina' from Linguistic Reality to Grammatical Theory (by Baalbaki, Ramzi); 4. The Basrian Grammarian 'Abu 'Umar al-Garmi: His Position between Sibawayhi and Mubarrad (by Bernards, Monique P.L.M); 5. Ibn Farigun's Chapter on Arabic Grammar in his Compendium of the Sciences (by Biesterfeldt, Hans-Hinrich); 6. Guillaume Postel (1510-1581) und die Terminologie der arabischen Nationalgrammatik (by Bobzin, Hartmut); 7. Qadi, Qadi, Qad: Which is the Odd Man out? (by Carter, Michael G.); 8. The Phonetical Theory of Mubarrad (by Danecki, Janusz); 9. On Farra' 's Linguistic Methods in his Work Ma'ani l-Qur' an (by Devenyi, Kinga); 10. Grammatologie de l' Arabe I: Les Sens du Mot Harf ou le Labyrinthe d'une Evidence (by Dichy, Joseph); 11. Arabic Corpus Linguistics in Past and Present (by Ditters, Everhard); 12. Le Patrimoine Linguistique Arabe Ancien: Problemes de Relecture (by El-Akhdar, Boujemaa); 13. Verbe, Copule, Nom Derive (Fi'l, Kalima, Ism Mustaqq) dans les Commentaires Arabes du Peri Hermeneias d'Aristote (avec un texte inedit d'Ibn Rusd) (by Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali); 14. The A Fortiori Argument in Fiqh, Nahw, and Kalam (by Gwynne, Rosalind Ward); 15. Remarques sur les Editions du Kitab de Sibawayhi et leur Base Manuscrite (by Humbert, Genevieve); 16. Elements Pragmatiques dans la Theorie Grammaticale Arabe Post-Classique (by Larcher, Pierre); 17. Indian Influence on Early Arab Phonetics - or Coincidence? (by Law, Vivien A.); 18. La Notion d' Actes de Langage dans la Pensee Linguistique Arabe Ancienne (by Moutaouakil, Ahmed); 19. Grammatical Studies in Early Muslim Egypt (by Omar, Ahmed Mokhtar); 20. Themes in the Development of Arabic Grammatical Theory (by Owens, Jonathan); 21. The Philosophizing Farra': An Interpretation of an Obscure Saying Attributed to the Grammarian Ta'lab (by Talmon, Rafael); 22. Freedom of the Speaker?: The Term Ittisa' and Related Notions in Arabic Grammar (by Versteegh, Kees); 23. Ibn Mada' al-Qurtubi's Kitab ar-Radd 'ala n-Nuhat: An Historical Misnomer (by Wolfe, Ronald G.); 24. Index of names; 25. Index of technical terms