عنوان مقاله [English]
Most of the Quranic arguments are implicit. For this reason one need to analyze the arguments in order to know the premises, major and minor terms and the mode of the argument used. Familiarity with modes and forms of Quranic arguments is particularly essential in identifying the occasions of demonstration and the embedded premises in the arguments. Like the treatment of the rational and verbal frames of argument, the study of the modes and styles of the statement is also related to the verbal forms of arguments and thus it is a formal discussion. As Quran is of highest degree of eloquence and articulacy, it is a perfect and excellent pattern in the use of the various styles of articulation to achieve different purposes and so it can be used as an inspiring source of reinterpretation of a variety of styles used in the arguments. Accordingly the present article is to survey the most common Quranic styles and forms of used in favor of or against a position taken in midst of holy verses.