Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 91

volume Number : 16
number In Volume : 9
issue Number : 91

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 16، number In Volume 9، ، issue Number 91

Stylistic analysis of mystical prose texts of the 4th to 6th centuries based on divine attributes

Jamil Bahramzaei , Nemat Esfahani Omran (Author in Charge), Esmaeil Eslami


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The discussion about divine attributes is one of the most basic and key topics that has its roots in the Holy Quran and the words of the saints, and since the beginning of the formation of Islamic mysticism, it has been fully manifested in the thoughts of many mystics and scholars. In mysticism, the knowledge of divine attributes and what is raised about monotheism and theology through attention to these attributes is important in processing the mystical thoughts of the greats of mysticism and Sufism. The main purpose of this essay is to examine and analyze the views of mystics in some works of mystical prose works of the 4th to 6th centuries of Hijri regarding divine attributes.

METHODOLOGY: The research method in this review is descriptive-analytical based on library studies and the method of document analysis. The statistical community of this research is the sources of mystical prose texts from the 4th to the 6th centuries, including Al-Loma fi Suf by Abu Nasr Sarraj, Kashf al-Mahjub Hojwiri and Rooh al-Arwah in the Sharh al- Asma al-Mulk al-Fattah by Samani.

FINDINGS: The findings of the research indicate that from the point of view of thought, since the mentioned authors consider the knowledge of divine attributes to be a better knowledge of the Lord, and at the same time, they consider it possible to reach existential truths through mysticism, they widely investigate the attributes of God in their works. they have payed.

CONCLUSION: What has been obtained from this research is that in works such as Al-Lama in Sufism, Kashf al-Majjub and Rooh al-Arwah in the Sharh al- Asma al-Mulk al-Fattah, the use of divine attributes, despite the authors" attention to many commonalities, has caused differences in some theological and ideological aspects, which are Relatively, the influence is reflected in the mystical drink of the authors.

intellectual style , 4th to 6th century mysticism , divine attributes , mystical prose.

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