عنوان مقاله [English]
The text of the Qur'an is a system of signs with a specific structure that was revealed in any case at a certain point in time. The sign processes that take place in any particular period have exposed the reception of this text to many challenges. Meanwhile, the term "Sadra al-Muntah" in Surah AL-Najm is a unique Qur'anic term that has been used throughout history as a structured term by scholars in various fields. Most commentators often seek to explain the ascension of the Prophet. Had a transient payment to Sadra al-Muntaha in the form of the farthest point of paradise, while it seems that he was following the process of raising awareness of Muslims about this Qur'anic composition, which today's meaning of "the highest degree of nearness to God" can be understood and received. It seems unlikely that the Qur'an in dialog with the polytheists had such a complex meaning of Islamic culture. In this descriptive-analytical study, first the application of Sadra al-Muntaha in the context of the verses of Surah An-Najm is recited at two levels Diachrony and synchrony and then a review of its earlier interpretations is made. Semiotic study, its symbolic metamorphosis should be explained according to the approach of cultural semiotics. One of the main results of the present study is to explain that the Qur'an is completely open to the future through its semantic diversity and at a level beyond semantic diversity. It is equipped with a normative force that has the power to construct a sign of categories and interpretations.