أثر الدور في التأليف اللغويّ

Abstract

The Vicious circle of logicians is for something to depend on what it depends on. One of its types is the Knowing Vicious circle, which means that knowledge of each of the two matters depends on knowledge of the other; it is a false thing. Therefore, it is not permissible to rely on the Vicious circle in, including language books: lexical, grammatical and morphological. Looking at linguistic books, we find in them various examples of the Vicious circle, including examples related to lexical interpretation methods, examples related to some grammatical rules, examples related to some morphological connotations, and examples related to the approach to arranging topics in linguistic books.