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ادبستان 2016, 7(25): 11-35 Back to browse issues page
Pantheism in Masnavi Manavi
Homa Hoshyar *
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  One of the main issues discussed on Islamic mysticism is the issue of "pantheism and its roots in Sufism" .About which researchers have different opinions. The discuss of unity of witness is of the discussions that is much more near to pantheism and sometimes they are thought the same. Also the discuss of Reincarnation and Alliance are of aspects of wastage in pantheism is reflected in works and teachings of some of sufism. Molavi Rumichr('39')s in ​​his various analogies in  Masnavi Manavi  explains and describes  the pantheism. In the process of  research  it was revealed that Molavi′s pantheism is neither unity of witness  nor alliance and intromission. But it is a kind of pantheism that Sufism prior to him called it "laysa feddar ghayre diar" In his opinion "unity" is impossible till one side is absent and this kind of inexistent  is called annihilation.

So have a Comprehensive view to Molavi’s pantheism approaches and the jest of his gnosis views about special cases was reviewed.

Keywords: Pantheism(vahdat vojood)-Masnavi manavi- Molavi.
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Received: 2016/07/16 | Accepted: 2016/07/16 | Published: 2016/07/16
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Hoshyar H. Pantheism in Masnavi Manavi. ادبستان. 2016; 7 (25) :11-35
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