عنوان مقاله [English]
Linguistic anthropology" is one of the new approaches in anthropology that deals with the extraction of cultural components in different languages, which in their view "language" is considered as a cultural reserve. Confrontation with religious texts, in particular, the Holy Quran through the lens of this knowledge, will have very important achievements in drawing the anthropological areas of the Holy Quran. Specifically, the present paper focuses on two areas: The first is "metaphor and its role in drawing the worldview that governs the view of language users" and the second is "the language of the Qur'an and gender". In this regard, according to the gender applications in the language of the Holy Quran and the classification of these applications, the anthropological approach of the Quran in the face of gender is explained. This brief study suggests that the study of the linguistic dimensions of the Holy Qur'an through anthropological approaches has opened new doors to the study of the Qur'an and hadith, and is able to solve many theological and interpretive problems.