The Culture Between the Textual Authority and the Recipient - Rhetoric in the Fatimid Era-As a Model

  • Zainab Ali Obaid Department of Arabic/College of Education College of Education for Human Sciences/University of Babylon
  • Hiba Abdul Razzaq Noor Department of Arabic/College of Education College of Education for Human Sciences/University of Babylon
Keywords: power, recipient, rhetoric

Abstract

One of the fundamentals of the authoritarian system is to focus on the art that is close to the audience and the possibility and speed of understanding it, describing it as a text that carries the foundational authoritarian projects, the type of prose was the direct means of communication between two different parties (authority and the charged), so the research seeks to uncover those patterns that originated from the prose text under the names of reformist and revivalist change, hiding behind the ambitions of the authority.

 

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Published
2020-02-05
How to Cite
[1]
Z. A. Obaid and H. A. R. Noor, “The Culture Between the Textual Authority and the Recipient - Rhetoric in the Fatimid Era-As a Model”, JUBH, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 47 - 58, Feb. 2020.
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