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For a relational approach to modern literary Arabic conditional clauses
Based on novels written in Modern Standard Arabic published between 1963 and 2005 and from the entire Arab world, this article suggests how the hypothetical systems of this variety of language no longer correspond to the established "classical" model. Specifically, it demonstrates that the so called...
French critique and arabic novels
The notion of "difficulty" is not specific to language didactics, nevertheless it is omnipresent in the discourse on teaching learning. The objective of the present work is to delimit this notion, to find out to what it applies in the act of teaching learning, and to understand the place and the val...
Khalfallah, Nejmedine, The semantic Theory of Abd Al-Qahir Al-Jurjani (M. 471/1078), Paris, L’Harmattan, 2014, 388p.
while Arabic grammar and criticism provided, until the 15th century, only some scattered elements on the production of the meaning, al-Jurjani, the founder of the Arab Rhétoric, develops a coherent and comprehensive theory of it. In two essential works, he breaks with the dichotomy fonds vs. forms,...
The value of tanwīn: new contribution to the study of the Arabic Determinative System
The summary of Arabic grammar by Zamal šarEU-level
, one of the largest Arabic grammar in the 14th century, is the author of the Mufa-al, a major piece of Arabic grammatical tradition that will be the subject of many comments for centuries. He is also the author of the ‘Unmū-a”, which, for the first time, will find a fully vocalised Arabic version o...
Read the haemorrhagic etymologies in the light of Arab etymologies in the Tesoro de la lengua castellana o española de Sebastián de Covarrubias (1611)
. In this study we will examine the issue of Hebrew Etymologies in Tesoro, on the one hand by rereading recent articles (from 1994 to 2010) which all highlight their ideological dimension; on the other hand, by experimenting with an alternative approach, which consists of considering these haemorrha...
Professorship and integrated approach around the contrasting pronominal forms of the verb in Arabic/French
The pronominal shape class of the French system can be the subject of extensive reflection in grammar didactic. There is little development in comparative research around this issue, as is the case in Arabic and French. In this sense, the contribution of multi-faceted approaches such as integrated t...
Arabic and Semitic Language Seminar — Aix-en-Provence, MMSH, IREMAM, Wednesday, 13: 30-15: 30
14 sessions on Wednesday from 13: 30 to 15: 30, MMSH, Room A 219. Responsible: Pierre Larcher and Philippe Cassuto Calendrier 2015-2016 Merchandise from 13: 30 to 15: 30, MMSH, Room A 219 Wednesday 9 September 2015: Presentation of the Merchant Seminar 16 September 2015: Pierre Larcher: The language...
Nasw al-qulūb al-Cymérier: La ‘grammaire des curs’ de Abd al-Kkrim al-Qušayrie
الطابع القدسي الذي يضيفه الإسلام على اللغة العربية دفع بالمؤلفين المتصوفين إلى المزيد من الانتباه للغة وعناصرها المكوّنة. فإذا كان الاعتراف بالطابع القدسي للغة أساساً، من جهة، للصوفية، لنحت معجمهم الصوفي، فهي أيضاً في أصول تطوير عقائدي، أقلّ انتشاراً حتى يومنا هذا، وهو قائم على قراءة رمزية لقواعد ال...
The internal Arabic plural: system and consequences for grammar architecture
The internal plural of names and adjectives in Arabic, also called ‘broken’ plural, poses a challenge to morphological theory: they do not openly call into question the affixing of a morphe of plurality, but rather appear to be based on a contrast of shapes which, if they share the same consonantial...
Language taught and arabic dialect
This thesis investigates the main reasons for the problems encountered in the teaching and learning of standard Arabic in Libya, specifically in speaking. Firstly I provide an overview of the evolution of Arabic and the development of Libyan dialects, while specifying the main differences between st...
Bianchi Francesco. Presentation. In: Epistemology history Language, Volume 40, fascicule 2, 2018. Arabic language tradition and the contribution of Arabo-andalousan grammar. 7-11.
The Andalusian legacy of al-Zaǧǧāǧī's Ǧumal
Scholars in the Arabic Grammatical Tradition have mainly been focusing their attention on the formative stage of the Arabic grammatical theory (2nd-4th/8th-10th centuries). This dissertation aims at broadening the scope and is intended to contribute to our knowledge of this discipline at the post-cl...
Mais que vient donc faire Yaḥyā al-naḥwī ici ? Sur une citation du Lisān al-‘Arab d’Ibn Manẓūr
International audience Article n-ḥ-’alif of Ibn Manẓūr’s (d. 711/1311) Lisān al-‘Arab opens with a quote from ʾAzharī’s (d. 370-980) Tahḏīb al-luġa mentioning Greek art of grammar and the character of Yaḥyā al-naḥwī/Yuḥannā al-ʾIskandarānī, i.e. Johannes or John of Alexandria, also called the Gramma...
Between influence and coincidence: The reminiscence of Greek in Arabic Contribution to the history of Arabic grammar
Two views opposing the beginnings of Arabic grammar: Arabic grammar appeared as an autonomous discipline or was partly influenced by Greek models (perhaps through Syrian translations). In connection with this debate, it seems particularly instructive to study the category of Bayān. According to Rafa...
“The perennial attribute under the double lighting of Arabic grammar and European grammar
Relations of causality in Arabic and French with a constitution of linguistic resources for automatic processing
This thesis proposes a contrastive analysis of causality in Arabic and French. The interest of such study is twofold. We present a linguistic framework for the analysis of different linguistic causal manifestations. Then, we establish linguistic resources of causality following the contextual explor...
9 December 2021: Study day “The term “Man’s” (intention) in the Arabic tradition between kalâm, falsafa and grammar”
The term “Ma’n” (intention) in the Arab tradition between kalâm, falsafa and grammar Days of studies organised by Miriam Rogasch (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Gramata) Lucie Tardy (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Gramata), at the CHSPAM (Sphere, CNRS) seminar “Science and philosophy o...
Grammatical standard and linguistic description: the case of Arabic
Generally speaking, the grammatical tradition is either disparaged or venerated, but never questioned. In analyzing the Arab grammar tradition we are trying to better define the contributions and especially the dead ends brought about by regarding tradition as sacred. The result is a severing from t...
Ibn as-Sarrâg, al-Mūğazf-n-na-w, Arabic grammar Treaty (Bibliotheca Philologica Arabica, 2), edited by Moustafa el-Shouemi and Bensalem Damerdji, 266 p
Fleisch Henri. Ibn as-Sarrâg, al-Mūğazf-n-na-w, Arabic grammar Treaty (Bibliotheca Philologica Arabica, 2), edited by Moustafa el-Shouemi and Bensalem Damerdji, 266 p. In: Mixtures of St Joseph University, Volume 42, 1966, p. 306.
The nasaq acid: plonastic “coordination”? Contribution to the history of Arabic grammar
Of the five appositives recognised by the grammar of classical Arabic, two are in the form of additions to the name. These are ‘explanatory affixing’ and ‘coordination’, both consisting of a first word, ‘corroboration’, which means ‘addition’, ‘with’. While the three other appositives, na-t/-ifa (‘q...
The ‘Greek hypothesis’ and the debate on the origins of the Arabic grammatical tradition
The issue of Greek influence on the origins of the Arabic grammatical tradition has been the subject of recurrent debate since the end of the 19th century. After clarifying the wording, that article seeks to summarise the positions at issue and to examine their main arguments and then to illustrate...
The status of grammatical norms in the teaching of Arabic or how teachers transmit a hagio-mythological vision of Arabic
The Arabic language, as a living and taught language in France, is the subject of many counts. Challenges always relate to social issues (immigration, integration, etc.). The question of teachers’ educational choices, as a tool for transmitting a certain vision of Arabic, is less frequently discusse...
Mazon André -Jakobson Roman, Russian language, war and revolution, led by Sylvie Archaimbault and Catherine Depretto. Paris: Eur’ORBEM Éditions, 2017
Moret Sébastien. Mazon André -Jakobson Roman, Russian language, war and revolution, led by Sylvie Archaimbault and Catherine Depretto. Paris: Eur’ORBEM Editions, 2017. In: Epistemology history Language, Volume 40, fascicule 2, 2018. Arabic language tradition and the contribution of Arabo-andalousan...
Reassessing the “casus pendens”: a case study of Old Babylonian omen protases and apodoses
The present article proposes a reassessment of the “casus pendens” categorisation based on Arabic grammatical theory and its focus on sentence structure. Structures traditionally described as ‘casus pendens’ sentences, abbreviated here as nom + nom-suff + x sentences, are reviewed by using Old Babyl...