Hypotheses About the Human Cognitive System and the Nature of Scientific Research

Hypotheses About the Human Cognitive System and the Nature of Scientific Research

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8079-9.ch008

Abstract

In this chapter, the authors present hypotheses that are based on the observations they made in the previous chapters.
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Observations 1: There Are Indications Regarding The Existence Of A Complete System Of The Meanings Of Individual Sounds

In Chapters 1, 2, and 3, we have presented possible explanations of the meanings of all twenty eight individual sounds of the Arabic alphabet and their roles in giving meanings to Arabic word roots. These explanations constitute compelling indications regarding the existence of a complete system of the meanings of individual sounds, and regarding the roles individual sounds play in composing the meanings of word roots.

These presentations constitute a set of observations: “Observations 1.”

Observations 1 were supported by Figures 1 to 44 of Chapter 1, Figures 1 to 20 of Chapter 2, and Figures 1 to 23 of Chapter 3 and the discussions of these figures. All eighty seven figures were explained and discussed in various detail.

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