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akbari Z, Hosseini M. بررسی رابطۀ خدا و انسان در تحلیل گفتمان تمثیل «ارباب و بنده» در برخی متون عرفانی از ترمذی تا عطار. LIRE 2020; 17 (68) :41-66
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Allegory in a partisan approach is a literary industry that rhetoric scholars study under the science of expression and similes, but the allegory, based on the holistic view of discursive approaches to language, is the instrument of discourse that Sufis have always sought through Sufi history. They bring to the spiritual and spiritual elements of their mystical experiences a tangible and intangible body and bring the general and unfamiliar audience into the comprehensible domain of experiences of which they or other Sufis themselves are. If we focus on the capacities of the mystical allegory as a discursive articulation, we will see that each allegory, by placing linguistic signs in a particular relation, creates meaning and rejects potential meanings. From this perspective, allegory is a discourse tool that reproduces the author's intended discourse and disrupts competing semantic systems. Based on such an approach, with the help of methodologies and methodological tools of Laclau's and Moff's discourse theory, this study examines the allegory of "master and servant" as one of the most prolific allegations in explaining the various aspects of the relationship between man and God in mystical works from the third to the seventh centuries. . The findings of the study show that Sufi has used this recurring allegory to reproduce four different discourses of "fear and obedience" "Reza and eradat" "expansion and affection" and "freedom and unity" that each seek to define a legal, moral, The love and the epistemology between God and man have arisen.

Received: 2021/10/9 | Accepted: 2020/10/21 | Published: 2020/10/21

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