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|Title:||Some implications of hermeneutical readings for the study of the qur’an|
|Keywords:||Hermeneutics;textus receptus;discourse;phronesis;kitab al-hidayah;al-hudud|
|Series/Report no.:||Vol. 2, No. 2, 2013;267-288 hal.|
|Abstract:||Hermeneutics opens up possibilities to understand something as comprehensive as possible, and at the same time, as various as possible. There can be as many readings as the number of readers or even more readings than the number of the readers as they can deploy different points of views, approaches and methods in one object. This article formulates the question of what implications does hermeneutical reading for the study of the Qur’an may have? While the result of hermeneutical reading can be as productive as possible accordingly, its implications are of variety. However in this article, two implications will be discussed: one implication on scientific necessity and the other is on productivity of reading. Two cases will be discussed here: the Qur’an as textus receptus and as discourse.|
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