The Content Analysis of “Thought” and “Consciousness” in Last Word of the Verses of the Holy Quran

  • شاهرخ محمدبیگی Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University
  • فاطمه گل پیچ Master student of Quran and Hadith Sciences Department, Shiraz University, Iran.
Keywords: The Holy Quran, Verse, Thought, Idea, Consciousness, Perception, Understanding.

Abstract

The aim of some verses in expressing the signs to discover the final destination of creation is “thinking”. “Consciousness” is also one of the main Quranic discussion to which some verses have been dedicated. The Omnipotent has invited human beings to “think”, “hint”, and “reason”. Moreover, even He reprimands and reproaches “the lack of thought” in some verses. Therefore, we have done the content analysis of those verses in which the roots of the words “fekr” (thought) and “ʃeʔr” (consciousness) have been used in the last word. This paper consists of two chapters, the first chapter is on “thought” and the second is on “consciousness”. Each chapter contains two parts in which at first, the words were examined morphologically, and then they were studied through interpretation. From the interpretation point of view, the individual verses have been studied separately, and the content analysis of those verses motivating the man to “think” as well as the verses discuss the “lack of consciousness and correct understanding” was done.

Author Biography

شاهرخ محمدبیگی, Associate Professor of Persian Language and Literature Department, Shiraz University
Shiraz University Department of Persian language and literature

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Published
2019-02-27
How to Cite
محمدبیگیش., & گل پیچف. (2019). The Content Analysis of “Thought” and “Consciousness” in Last Word of the Verses of the Holy Quran. LANGUAGE ART, 4(1), 7-26. https://doi.org/10.22046/LA.2019.01
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