ORIENTATION OF THE QUR’ANIC TEXT IN THE LIGHT OF THE PLURALITY OF QUR’ANIC READINGS BETWEEN THE ANCIENTS AND THE CONTEMPORARIES
Every partial meaning derived from a Qur’anic sentence has a connection with the meanings that are differentiated in the Qur’an and meet it in the subject, and has another close connection with the meanings of the other sentences included in the verse, and the other readings in which it was mentioned, and the verse is closely related to the unity of the subject of the surah. The ancients had a keen interest in following the links of the Qur’anic text and its readings, and keenness to direct the verse in a way that does not contradict these aspects of connection, and perhaps the contemporaries and some of the ancients were less interested in this aspect, so they interpreted some verses of the Qur’an, especially in the field of verbal analogies, in a way that is not consistent with the unity of the Qur’anic text with its varied readings. This research comes to shed light on what violates these aspects of the connections.
Keywords: Meanings Connections, Qur’anic, Readings