Early Arabic grammatical theory : heterogeneity and standardization

Jonathan Owens

The Arabic grammatical tradition is remarkable for having organized a large amount of descriptive material within a sophisticated formal framework. The present study seeks to elucidate the early development of this system from a theory-internal perspective; it is mainly concerned with the development of the syntactic theory as a formal object, as system of rules. This endeavor is constituted of four sub-goals: a description of early developments, their periodization, their relation to the traditional account in terms of the Basran and Kufan schools, and their relation to modern linguistic theory.

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[目次]

  • 1. Abbreviations and Conventions, pvii
  • 2. Preface, pix
  • 3. 1. Introduction, p1
  • 4. 1. The problem, p1
  • 5. 1.1 The schools, p1
  • 6. 1.2 The data, p3
  • 7. 1.3 The Quranic variants, the Qiraa'aat, p5
  • 8. 1.4 The players, p6
  • 9. 1.5 Plan of the book, p10
  • 10. 1.6 Odd remarks, p11
  • 11. 2. Two General Points, p13
  • 12. 2.1 Dependency, p13
  • 13. 2.2 The i-inf (genitive), p14
  • 14. 2.3 Scope of study, p17
  • 15. 3. Farra' as Linguist, p19
  • 16. 3.1 'Asl, p19
  • 17. 3.2 General rules, p21
  • 18. 3.3 Position, context, mawdi', p22
  • 19. 3.4 Analogical reasoning, p25
  • 20. 3.5 Farra' on gender, p26
  • 21. 3.6 Ma'aaniy l-Qur'aan: Farra' and Zajjaj, p26
  • 22. 3.7 Conclusion, p33
  • 23. 4. Sibawayhi's Methodology, p35
  • 24. 4.1 Sibawayhi's use of substitution, p35
  • 25. 4.2 Techniques, p41
  • 26. 4.3 Sibawayh and Sarraj, p51
  • 27. 5. Noun Complementation, p55
  • 28. 5.1 Sarraj, p56
  • 29. 5.2 Sibawayh, p61
  • 30. 5.3 Types of relation in Sibawayh's treatment of NC, p74
  • 31. 5.4 General summary, p83
  • 32. 5.5 Farra', p84
  • 33. 5.6 Axfash, p91
  • 34. 5.7 Mubarrid, Tha'lab and others, p93
  • 35. 5.8 The class of noun complementizers, p95
  • 36. 6. Sibawayh and Farra' vs. Later Grammarians, p103
  • 37. 6.1 'Isnaad, p103
  • 38. 6.2 The a-inf form, p107
  • 39. 6.3 Sequence of the tamyiyz (or the proper use of analogy), p124
  • 40. 7. Farra' as Transitional Figure, p127
  • 41. 7.1 The specifier, tamyiyz, p127
  • 42. 7.2 The locative, arf, and sifa, p141
  • 43. 7.3 Passive, p151
  • 44. 8. Farra' and the Period of Heterogeneity, p157
  • 45. 8.1 Meaning, structural categories and precision of terminology, p157
  • 46. 8.2 Are terminological differences categorical differences?, p160
  • 47. 8.3 Summary, p177
  • 48. 9. Minor Writers, p179
  • 49. 9.1 The linguists, p179
  • 50. 9.2 MN, p181
  • 51. 9.3 Ibn Kaysan, p185
  • 52. 9.4 Lughda, p187
  • 53. 9.5 KJN, p189
  • 54. 9.6 Tabular summary, p193
  • 55. 9.7 Tha'lab and Abu Bakr al-Anbari, p196
  • 56. 9.8 Terminological and conceptual heterogeneity, p199
  • 57. 9.9 Non-standard traditions, p200
  • 58. 9.10 Dating works, p201
  • 59. 10. The Development of the Basran and Kufan Schools, p203
  • 60. 10.1 Sibawayh, p203
  • 61. 10.2 Farra', p204
  • 62. 10.3 Linguists after Farra', p206
  • 63. 10.4 Zajjaj, p208
  • 64. 10.5 From data to theory, p213
  • 65. 11. The Structural Development of Early Arabic Syntactic Theory, p221
  • 66. 11.1 The data, p221
  • 67. 11.2 Technical questions, p224
  • 68. 11.3 Periodization, p227
  • 69. 11.4 The schools and linguistic data, p227
  • 70. 11.5 Reconstruction, p229
  • 71. 11.6 Principles of development, p234
  • 72. 11.7 The early evolution of Arabic syntactic theory, p242
  • 73. Appendix 1, p245
  • 74. IA. Subject Matter of Ma'aaniy l-Qur'aan, Farra' and Zajjaj, p245
  • 75. IB. Harf in Morphology and Syntax, p245
  • 76. IC. The musnad and musnad 'ilayhi in Farra', p249
  • 77. ID. The term sagala, p251
  • 78. IE. Noun complementation citations in Axfash, p255
  • 79. IF. Page references to 7.1.4, p256
  • 80. IG. Form and function of governed item in Farra's 'iyqaa' relation, vol. I, p257
  • 81. IH. References to Basra, Kufa and individual linguists in Tha'lab's Majaalis, p257
  • 82. IJ. References to Basrans and Kufans in first two volumes of Zajjaj's MQ, p258
  • 83. Appendix II Arabic Quotes, p261
  • 84. Appendix III Arabic Linguists, p273
  • 85. References
  • 86. Primary, p275
  • 87. Secondary, p278
  • 88. Index of Arabic Grammarians, p285
  • 89. Index of Arabic Grammatical Terms, p287
  • 90. Subject Index, p291

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書名 Early Arabic grammatical theory : heterogeneity and standardization
著作者等 Owens, Jonathan
シリーズ名 Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science
出版元 J. Benjamins Pub. Co.
刊行年月 1990
ページ数 xvi, 294 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 902724538X
NCID BA11013336
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言語 アラビア語
英語
原文言語 オランダ語
出版国 オランダ
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