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Malekzadeh Z, Panahi M. Semantic Principles in Attar's Mystical Aesthetics. LIRE 2021; 18 (74) : 7
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This research seeks to answer the question, what are the semantic foundations in Attar's mystical aesthetics. To answer this question, In style Analytical and descriptive first the basics, beauty, aesthetics and cognition were defined according to philosophical and artistic books. After that, due to the indefinability of beauty, its components were discussed. The semantic foundations of aesthetics in Islamic mysticism include three categories of semantic foundations, epistemology and ontology. In this research, aesthetic semantics has been studied in four works of Attar. The first basis is the definition of beauty in mysticism and from Attar's point of view, which includes the whole universe. Because the world of Nasut is the mirror of the world of divinity and all is a. reflection of divine light. The second basis is the criteria of beauty, and at least eight of Attar's aesthetic criteria were explained. According to it, it can be said that the main basis for recognizing beauty from Attar's point of view is paying attention to God. That is, to reach metaphysics and the source of goodness with the apparent senses of the physical world with the enlightened intellect. And with the tools of the heart and cultivation, to discover the mine of goodness. The third basis is the revelation of the beauties on the screen. The result of inner experience is the discovery of beauty, the creation of joy, hope, astonishment and the joy of understanding time in its discoverer.
 
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Classical literature
Received: 2021/02/3 | Accepted: 2021/05/15 | Published: 2021/12/22

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