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1- University of Kashan
2- University of Kashan , najafi.ivaki@kashanu.ac.ir
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The analysis of literary texts that study metaphysical linguistic elements and focus on the scrutiny and search for hidden layers of the metaphysical mental images of the writers is of great importance; the inference leads to superficial and virtual inferences of texts. Therefore, this research takes into account the descriptive-analytic approach to study the theory of a linguist named Frege under the title Objectivity to Meaning and Example and then applied this theory to the poetry of Ilya Abu Mazy, a modern Arab poet. It is suggested that Ilya, as a naturalist philosophic poet, has variously used metaphysical and natural propositions in his poetry; therefore, we need a linguistic analysis to understand the metaphysical linguistic philosophy hidden there. The results of the research show that the poet's use of the method of rhetorical objectification and representation reminds us of the method of Objectivity to Meaning and Example. In rhetorical objectification, he has tended to metaphysical philosophical propositions such as ontology, epistemology and anthropology as a result of his natural tendencies, and in rhetorical representation employ human-related concept. In addition, it is clear from this analysis that Arabic rhetoric plays an important role in acquiring knowledge about new linguistic theories and paving the way of understanding language barriers.
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2018/01/19 | Accepted: 2019/02/5 | Published: 2018/09/15

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