عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the linguistic styles of the Qur'an is the use of allegorical language. Being allegorical means expressing the Qur'anic truth in a literary and artistic manner and this type of language is by no means fantasy and delusion. In the present descriptive-analytical study, which draws its analysis on library data, it turned out that the whole Qur'anic truth is insightful and real and there is no fantasy and falsehood in Qur'anic propositions. Furthermore, this study attempted to answer the question of identifying the principles of the allegorical language of the Qur'an. Therefore, this article reports the analysis of the principles of the Qur'anic allegorical language such as going beyond the impasse of discovering the real meaning, the need for reasons and clues, Qur'anic ayahs' pointing to their inner meanings, polysemy in Qur'anic ayahs, and consistency with definite rational and canonical principles. A meticulous and accurate explication of the principles of the theory of the allegorical language of the Qur'an will set the ground for correct interpretation of the ayahs, hence the critical necessity of investigating the allegorical language of the Qur'an as well as its principles and requirements. The findings of this study indicate that allegories in the Qur'an, while expressing truth in literary and artistic forms that convey both exterior and interior meanings, are not fantasy and false but prove that Qur'anic propositions are genuine and discerning.