تلقي الأنساق في الفكر العربي: مقاربة ثقافية لكتاب "البخلاء"
Receiving patterns in Arab thought: a cultural approach to the book “The Misers”
Keywords:Scientific Methods, Cultural Criticism, Cemiotic Approach, Al-Ghudhami
Text was and still is the most flexible field for applying scientific methods, and the deepest for conducting various applications, if we are talking about curricula that study texts, digging into their epistemological backgrounds and searching for the cultural content, not its aesthetics. This perception makes us recall cultural criticism and the semiotic approach as falling within the context of post-modernism, and they are two approaches in which the first neglected the artistic view of the text, while the second remained somewhat drawn to the aesthetic trend in recognition of the literariness of the texts and looking at them from a cultural angle.
If the true method is not believed in if it does not search for the facts of reality and the rules that control it – as Al-Ghudhami said – then this depends on controlling the concepts of the method that are biased from the principles of literary criticism, according to what it means to move away from searching beyond the text as a more specialized unit, according to Barthes’ expression. This aspect is crucial in monitoring cultural experiences, their symbols, and their declared implications at the intersection of systemic codes that diagnose the breadth of discourse and its relational transformations away from the aesthetic to diving into implicit patterns.
Recently, we notice, and very excitingly, an increase in interest in cultural criticism and its methods from all levels and aspects, as we are faced with trends that emerged from the womb of several theories to compose an approach to it, an inductive method for its manifestations in literary and non-literary texts, in a deeper and more accurate way, reflecting the development of the method and the uniqueness of the work. Literary literature suitable for theoretical and applied study.
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