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Revelation, Language and Communication: An Introduction to Ontology of the Communicative Vision of the Japanese Philosopher Teshohiko Izutsu
The research on "the Ontological of communicative vision of the Japanese philosopher Teshohiko Izutsu" sought to review the contours of the communicative vision of Izutsu by re-reading his thesis and extracting the communicative connotations that express that vision. By analyzing his definition of the Qur'anic vision of the world and exploring the epistemological context in which he appeared and the distinctive methodological characteristics of his dealings with the Qur'an, the research came in four sections starting from methodological determinants, followed by Izutsu vision features. Characteristics of his methodology in dealing with the sacred revelation and its definition of the levels of communicative relationship: Revelation as a communicative work IV: Criticism of the thesis, The conclusion of the research is that what distinguishes Isuzu's thesis is that it is based on the integration between the existential, communicative, devotional and moral dimension, and that it can form a general theoretical framework capable of interacting with the data of communicative thought in its current form, which is characterized by its tendency towards macro visions and integrative perspectives.
Mohammed Babiker Alawad
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