عنوان مقاله [English]
This research has investigated the concept of rebellion in the Holy Qur'an. In this way, the structural approach of semantics knowledge has been used at intertextual studies. For this purpose, we first review the vocabulary books and the application of the root (عَصَیَ) in the Qur’an and the existing interpretive tradition. Then we present a brief overview of the position of this concept among theologians and commentators. Afterwards, by analyzing the terms of the syntagmatic and associative (عِصیان), we will identify the fundamental components of this Qur’anic concept. The results of this analysis condemn rebelliousness as an analogical and gradational phenomenon, which is in some way inappropriate separation from the supreme Compassionate and Fosterer. If it implies sin, it comes along with denying the righteousness of blessings and promises, while there is a belief in their validity. We have made it clear that Adam’s (A.S.) rebellion was a kind of offense and rebellion, which is the consequence of the satanic temptations that carry promises similar to those of God. It was not a denial like the devil, the unbelievers, and the Pharaoh because they rejected God’s blessings. The reason for Adam’s (A.S.) rebellion was only the misunderstanding that occurred to Adam (A.S.). For this reason, he quickly repented after finding out what happened.