عنوان مقاله [English]
The concept of mental spaces as a model for conceptualization was first proposed by Gilles Fauconnier and later developed by him and Mark Turner to create a theory entitled Concept that looks at mental spaces derived from speech to describe creative linguistic constructs. This study, which is based on a descriptive-analytical method, aims to investigate the hypothesis of the possibility of examining the theory of conceptual readiness in the structure of selected Qur'anic verses related to the senses. Since the language of the Qur'an is a conceptual and multi-layered language; therefore, the use of conceptual theories as a fusion of concepts that draw mental and conceptual spaces with a regular pattern, is necessary in understanding the valuable meanings of the Holy Quran. By applying this theory to selected verses related to the senses, several double- scop networks, single-scop networks, and mirror networks were obtained that had a repetitive frequency of a double- scop networks that created innovative structures as well as a single-scop networks. The vital relationships between the corresponding members of their input spaces are also similar and dissimilar and partial to the whole. Among the elements of space, the frequency of verbal-normative phrases is very significant; Therefore, with these results, the hypothesis of applying this theory in Qur'anic verses related to the senses can be studied.
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