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Mozaffari S, Zarei F. image schemas of verses expressing rewards and eagles based on Johnson's theory. QHTS 2023; 9 (18) :244-276
URL: http://qhts.modares.ac.ir/article-10-67620-en.html
1- Faculty member of Kharazmi University
2- PhD student , Fateme.zarei75@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (822 Views)
Semantics is one of the branches of cognitive linguistics, whose main goal is to create a connection between words and abstract and mental concepts through the modeling of human physical actions. In this regard, one of the important methods is the use of image schemas, which were first proposed and explained by Mark Johnson. The visual schema plays a significant role in the audience's understanding of the influence of human interactive relationships with abstract concepts. The Holy Quran is a book in which many abstract concepts such as the unseen, death, soul, types of punishments, types of rewards, etc. are used; Applying the visual schema theory to these verses plays an effective role in inducing the message of the verse to the audience. The upcoming research is written in descriptive-analytical method. The purpose of this research is to show the prominent role of image schemas as one of the semantic tools in abstract concepts in the Quran and concrete for these concepts for the audience. In this regard, the verses referring to reward and eagle have been chosen as examples of abstract concepts in the analytical study, focusing on visual schemas of movement, volume and power schemas, and it is expected that the result will be that volumetric schemas are used in reward. And the eagle has a higher frequency than other schemes.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2023/02/20 | Accepted: 2023/06/10 | Published: 2023/03/1

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