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ادبستان 2013, 4(15): 27-52 Back to browse issues page
Research and Analysis of Hermeneutics of Rashid Aldin Meibodi about “Death” Verses in Kashf Al Asrar
Maryam Alsadat Asadi Firouzabadi *
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In this research, the mystical approach of Rashid Al-din Meibodi about the verses concerning death is analyzed.

Death is a definite event highlighted by Quran in many verses.

Meibodi, in the third round of his book, habitually interprets the verses of Quran. He uses two methods of hermeneutics including comparative and sensational one, but lots of his interpretations are in a comparative way.

This descriptive-analytic study shows that Meibodi has brought up issues like self- wanted  death, mystic’s condition in the time of death, mysticism’s point of view about death and its role  in joining God ,etc. and with the help of words, poems and narrated stories from religious and mystic masters, he has made the issue clear.    

Keywords: Kashfol-Asrar-Rashid Aldin Meibodi - Death - Hermeneutics. Mysticism
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/06/29 | Accepted: 2016/06/29 | Published: 2016/06/29
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Asadi Firouzabadi M A. Research and Analysis of Hermeneutics of Rashid Aldin Meibodi about “Death” Verses in Kashf Al Asrar. ادبستان. 2013; 4 (15) :27-52
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