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Table 2

Methodological elements inside al-Radd

Methodological elements Similar opinions expressed by: References
The declensional vowels are induced by the speaker himself not by other linguistic elements. Ibn Ǧinnī Ibn Ǧinnī, Ḫaṣāʾiṣ, I, p. 109
Ibn Maḍāʾ, Radd, p. 77
Priority of samāʿ over qiyās. Kūfa
Absence of an implicit operator in sentences characterized by ištiġāl: the fronted object gets in relationship with the following verb. Kūfa Ibn al-ʾAnbārī, ʾInṣāf, p. 77
Absence of an implicit operator before the vocative complement. (Ibn Maḍāʾ)
Absence of an implicit ʾan after the particles fa- and wa-: the subjunctive mood after them depends on the difference in the syntactic and semantic value between the two coordinated verbs. Kūfa (al-Farrāʾ) Ibn al-ʾAnbārī, ʾInṣāf, p. 442 and 445
Absence of an implicit operator in relation to prepositional phrases (ǧārr wa-maǧrūr). Kūfa Ibn al-ʾAnbārī, ʾInṣāf, p. 202
Absence of a concealed pronoun in adjectival derivatives. (Ibn Maḍāʾ)
Absence of a concealed pronoun in verbs (third person masculine singular). Kūfa (al-Kisāʾī) Sīrāfī, Šarḥ, I, p. 362
Suyūṭī, Hamʿ, III, p. 96
Invalidity of secondary and tertiary causes in the specific case of (i) diptotes and (ii) imperfect verbs. (i) al-Suhaylī (d. 581/1185)
(ii) Kūfa
(i) Suhaylī, ʾAmālī, p. 20
(ii) Ibn al-ʾAnbārī, ʾInṣāf, p. 434