ARGUMENTATION REFERENCE IN NAHJ AL-BALAGHAH AN EXPLORATORY READING OF HUMAN VALUES IN LIGHT OF NATURAL REASONING

Authors

  • Dr . Hazem Tarish Hatem

Abstract

The research seeks to reveal the humanity of mankind in Alawite discourse from the angle of
the two sides of the discourse, because it is the Alawite speech, an evaluative value speech.
And the angle of view creates a conflict of values. This contradiction generated a value debate,
which revealed the cognitive system of the two parties to the discourse. This attraction in
contradictory values, is one of the forms of argumentation. As well as the form of the
argumentation in the one self, which formed another self. This disconnect was due to the
change of attitudes that require the stability of values with the change of attitudes. The declared
principles may not find a place for them in application because the principles are not based on
cognitive constants that took their place in the soul. Rather, worldly benefits are wanted, and
this is what evoked a conflict in the one-self. Using natural reasoning logic as a cognitive path,
to explore the values that formed the essence of the discourse in Nahj al-Balaghah. Because
the intention of the speech does not cease to generate suggestive connotations, it contributes to
the intensification of the connotation, which increases the momentum of that intent, especially
as it was generated in special contexts and circumstances.

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

Dr . Hazem Tarish Hatem. (2020). ARGUMENTATION REFERENCE IN NAHJ AL-BALAGHAH AN EXPLORATORY READING OF HUMAN VALUES IN LIGHT OF NATURAL REASONING. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 267 - 285. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/719