This study of L-O6 wordlurm tends to discover all so-called bracketing paradoxes which might disturb a natural or automatic process of Arabic language analysis. The written Qur'anic text has been divided into quantitative units called wordforms and arranged ac-cording to their length. On this quantitative level we find nineteen starting points for qualitative morphological analysis of L-n structure wordforms. In this book the analysis has been focused on wordforms which consists of six letter signs. Every step of the analysis leads us to a deeper level being a starting point of next qualitative analysis. The analysis on seven or eight underlying levels has been done and many bracketing paradoxes have been discovered.
Wielopoziomowa struktura arabskiej pisanej słowoformy koranicznej. Pełne studium struktury koranicznej słowoformy typu L-06
The work by an ancient author Junilius the African (6th cent.) Institutes regularia divinae legis, that has been researched in the present book, is the introduction (isagoge) to the study of the Bible. Junilius examines the Scriptures in two aspects: formal, which mainly includes the study concerning the biblical canon, and doctrinal, which comprises dogmatic questions; the creation of the world as well as God's plan of the redemption of man. The analysis of Junilius' work embraced in the present book allows one to assert that he is an orthodox author, who was considerably influenced by the western theological thought, par-ticularly that of St. Augustine.