The Place of The Concept of Belagat in the Understanding of the Qur’an

Süleyman Cesur


The Kur'an is a divine book that has been sent down to the sultans who speak the language best with a clear Arabic language, and who has challenged them in the best way. For this reason, scholars have turned to investigate and learn the style and form of the Kur'an, and have turned their attention to rhetoric. The language of belagat is at the beginning of the knowledge which is important for understanding the characteristics of the Arabic language and for being a foundation for its secrets. Through Belagat, the linguistic delicacies that can not be recognized at first sight in the style of the Kur'an and which can be understood as a result of the detailed examinations have been tried to be excluded from the Kur'an’s iʿcaz and Allah (cc). Thus, the meaning of the verbal allegation is fulfilled in an error-free manner, affecting the person, using beautiful words appropriate to explain the account is described in an impressive and thought-provoking manner. In our research, the role and contribution of belaghat in understanding the Kur'an is examined. First of all, the opinions of the scholars related to the rhetoric were stated, the periods and parts of the rhetoric, the subject and purpose of the studies were explained briefly. Later on, the subject of the lecture was tried to be explained by the examples related to me'ânî, beyân, bedi '.


Kur’ân-ı Kerim; Retorique; Meʿânî; Beyân; Bedi;ʿ İʿcaz

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