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|Title||مقالة في التواصل التجاوزي|
|Title in Arabic||مقالة في التواصل التجاوزي|
Current semiotic and linguistic perspectives on man, mind, information and communication, do not seem to cover the full image of the minded creature. Limiting perspective to the receiver's side of the process contradicts Jacobson's communication functions and Plato's text typology in which the conative function of communication is clear and binding; the message-receiver relationship obliges man to respond in some way to information targeting him. Considering the unique position of man, this paper introduces the idea of Transcendent Communication in the Holy Qur'n as presented in Suras 55 and 87. The receiver requires a justification of his temporal physical mortality, which reason alone, cannot answer. It attempts to illustrate the implicit value system of the Transcendent Message, which puts the receiver in the know as to his coming, mission, departure and final abode.
|Published in||IUG Journal of Humanities Research|
|Series||Volume: 20, Number: 2|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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