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A Semantic approach to the entry of Majaaz in religious texts and its impact on correct understanding and translation of narrations. QHTS 2016; 2 (3) :49-74
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Entry of Majaaz in the narrations is accepted by most of Islamic scholars; as they confirmed it independently or sometimes implicitly. However, some of scholars have accepted and it in the narrations, and practically have committed excessive interpretations of virtual expression in narrations. In contrast, others denied any entry of Majaaz in religious propositions and considered it synonymous false. Therefore, review of the views and theological foundations that shaped a range of absolute rejection to acceptance irregular is essential in understanding the right approach in the field of semantics and consequently, the correct translation of accounts. Each of the views, are based on foundations that of their owners accepted toward the nature of meaning. The rational hermeneutic-oriented approach -which most of its believers are attributed to the rationalism and logical and rule-interested interpretation of Majaaz expressions - is considered acceptable and reasonable approach in this area, so adopting it will lead to understanding and correct translation of narrations. As, a batch numerous Shi'ite and Sunni scholars such as Bukhari, Muslim, Saduq, Razi, Faiz Kashani, Majlesi and Qaradawi, in their traditional works have the same basis in the perception and understanding of the meaning of the narrations.
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Received: 2015/02/10 | Accepted: 2015/08/24 | Published: 2016/02/9

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