عنوان مقاله [English]
Research on interpretative thought and commentary history is one of the well-known areas in Qur'anic and interpretive studies, and many works have been done in this regard. However, so far, no independent study of the currents and interpretative trends in the early Shi'i period has been conducted based on a deep historical approach. This review is more important when we assume, based on a common reading, that the interpretive approach was in the first Shi'ite interpretive scriptures, "esoteric / narrative," one in which the phenomenon was exaggerated. This research seeks to transpose the main discourses of interpretation in their period based on the notion of "interpretation of the extant" using the interpretive reports of the age of the Prophet Baqir (AS).
This study will finally show that in the early part of the 2nd century the two main interpretative discourses among the Imamies can be interlinked with the application of the concept of thought and thought in the field of interpretation. Converters to the first discourse, which is referred to here as the "appearance / backend" discourse, were mostly characters in the spectrum of the Mufzal bin Umar al-Ja'fi. The respondents to the second discourse, herein referred to as the "Interpretation / Discrimination" discourse, were the majority of the Imamite in that period, following a wider reading of the concept of backwardness based on dual discrimination / interpretation.