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Norme grammaticale et description linguistique : le cas de l'arabe
Taieb Baccouche and Salah Mejri
No. 167, La tradition grammaticale (septembre 2007), pp. 27-37
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23906400
Page Count: 11
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Generally speaking, the grammatical tradition is either disparaged or venerated, but never questioned. In analyzing the Arab grammar tradition we are trying to better define the contributions and especially the dead ends brought about by regarding tradition as sacred. The result is a severing from the object described, which is daily language. This paper tries to prove that an objective approach to language and tradition could help better adapt the methodological tools to the object described.
Langages © 2007 Armand Colin