The Arab Grammatical Thought in Light of the Nature of Language A Study in Ibn Al-Khashab's Al-Murtajal


  • Khaled Alwardat Yarmouk University
  • Khaled Banydomy Yarmouk University



Ibn Al-Khashab's Al-Murtajal


      Language is a transformative nature from mental to vocal and constructive. The syntactic thinking relied on this epistemological structure considering it an intrinsic basis in the syntactic research to describe the nature of the relations among constructive elements. The role of syntactic thinking is to shape the nature of the relationships between structure particles in a syntactic system based on the linguistic law, based on the idea that syntax is an assumed restriction in usage, employed by the speaker in a disciplined text governed by speech directions which can be expressed by each element’s syntactic function. Also, the syntactic sections, which were shaped by syntactic thinking, summarize the relationship between syntax and the vocal constructive linguistic nature, with regard to what the two researchers found out in reading Ibn Al-khashab's Al-Murtajal. The methodology of syntactic thinking can be described as comprehensive since it was constructed upon the vocal constructive nature of language in the parsing industry. By revising the parts of speech, what is attributed as parsing and what is constructive are tested. This study called for employing a descriptive analytical approach to realize the reality of the Arabic syntactic thinking in light of the nature of language.



How to Cite

Alwardat, K., & Banydomy, K. (2024). The Arab Grammatical Thought in Light of the Nature of Language A Study in Ibn Al-Khashab’s Al-Murtajal. Arts and Social Sciences Series, 2(4), 333–358.