Bir Öğrenim İmparatorluğu: Küresel Bir Dil Olarak Arapça

Language Empires in Comparative Perspective

Öz

VII. yüzyıldaki fetihlerin ardından İslam yerel niteliğinden sıyrılıp evrensel bir dine dönüştü. Benzer bir durum Arap dili için de geçerlidir: Arap kabilelerin kullandığı dil, İslam’ın dili haline geldi. Fethedilen bölgelerde fethedenler ile fethedilenler arasındaki yakın ilişki pek çok yerel dilin yok olmasına ve sonunda Arapçanın birincil dil olarak kabullenilmesine sebep oldu. Arap dünyasının dışındaki İslam ülkelerinde Arapça hiçbir zaman günlük iletişim dili haline gelmese de eğitimin temel aracı oldu. Arapça sayesinde insanlar sadece din alanında değil diğer birçok bilimsel alanda da muazzam bir bilgi arşivine erişim imkânı elde ettiler. Bu makale Batı ve Doğu Afrika ile Güneydoğu Asya özelinde söz konusu küreselleşme sürecinin etkilerini ele almaktadır.

Anahtar Kelimeler

Din Dili Olarak Arapça, Küreselleşme, Latincenin Çöküşü, Küresel Dil

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Detaylar

Sayı
Cilt: 16, Sayı: 2, Kış 2016
Geliş Tarihi
21.09.2016
Kabul Tarihi
13.12.2019
Yayın Tarihi
31.12.2016
Dergi Bölümü
Çeviri
Bilim dal(lar)ı
Temel İslam Bilimleri,
Arap Dili ve Belağatı

Nasıl Atıf Yapılır

Versteegh, Kees - Fidan, İbrahim. “Bir Öğrenim İmparatorluğu: Küresel Bir Dil Olarak Arapça”. Marife 16/2. 31 Aralık 2016. 363-373. https://doi.org/10.33420/marife.436296.
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