عنوان مقاله [English]
By paying close attention to the opinions and thoughts of jurists and scholars, we find that the use of the word in more than a sense is not only rationally possible but has also been used in conversations and interests, and these uses have been based on a rational purpose. Now the question arises as to whether such a speech, which contains a kind of ambiguity in the word of the speaker, is compatible with the generality and universality of the word of revelation or not? And second, whether such uses are included in the word of revelation? And in principle, what can be the rational purpose of this kind of use? The author believes that not only such uses do not contradict the similarity and general address of the Qur'an; rather, this kind of use has occurred and with a little reflection on the expression of some truths of the Holy Qur'an, especially in the form of a code, we find that the reason for such uses is that the audience or addressees of this text have a great deal of superficial differences with each other and also with their understanding of the facts of existence. In this regard, and despite the rational intention of the speaker on such uses, as well as the permission to use the word in more than a sense in terms of reason, it must be said that esoteric interpretation and the deep or esoteric meaning in the Qur'an itself is a clear example of using the word in one meaning.