عنوان مقاله [English]
The question of meaning is the most important issue in the humanities, linguistics and semantics. Structuralisms consider meaning to be the result of propositions and text. Poststructuralists also do not have a fixed meaning for words, but believe that each signifier delays the meaning and finds its meaning in other signs. Thus, with the delay of meaning, we are practically not faced with a specific meaning in the text, and in principle, meaning is not in the word but the result of communication. In response to what makes a word or sound meaningful; So far, various theories have been proposed, including the social theory of meaning, the descriptive theory of meaning, the functional theory of meaning, and so on. One of these views is the theory of profound semantics, which considers meaning to be the deepest and broadest truth, the most abundant and fundamental essence of the word. The purpose of this paper, in addition to analyzing the previous theories about meaning, is to analyze the theory of semantic deepness in terms of the meaning of words, which considers the meaning derived from the Logos in a profound truth This research paper criticizes the existing theories about meaning and phenomena and how meaning is formed and its source, presents the theory of semantic profundity and proves that this theory is the first system of originality of meaning in modern linguistics. Undoubtedly, each of the semantic theories seeks to express systems for determining meaning, the relationship between meaning and phenomena, and so on. Accordingly, this will help us to understand the relationship between the word and the phenomena and the source of meaning.
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