عنوان مقاله [English]
The moral concept of Qina’a with the same keyword is derived from traditions. This word is mentioned in only two verses, This concept cannot be found with the Qina’a key word in the verses of the Holy Qur'an. Accordingly, it is necessary to extract the Qur'anic principles of the concepts contained in these traditions; Because according to many verses and traditions, the Qur'an and Sunnah have an inseparable connection and what is stated in the Sunnah is rooted in the Holy Qur'an. Now, if it cannot be found in the appearance (Zaher) of the verse, but it can be found in the interpretation of the verse. This article, after researching the traditional themes of Qina’a in the Qur'anic verses, has come to the conclusion that such as traditions, in the verses of the Holy Qur'an one can see various factors and effects for Qina’a. Among the most important factors are piety, the frequency of remembrance of death, knowledge of God's wisdom, certainty about God's giveness, prayer and attention to the underprivileged people. There are many effects on Qina’a, the most important of which are life satisfaction, repulsion of greed, and feeling needless and rich. In these cases, the context of the verse, the interpretation or Ta'vil of the verse guide us to its relation with the concept of Qina’a. Sometimes the appearance of the verse is not clearly related to Qina’a, but it has introduced a general principle that is related to Qina’a by referring it to some examples.