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Nosrati A, Arabi N. "Sama'a" in Mawlavi's Masnavi and Sarraj's Alloma'a. عرفانیات در ادب فارسی 2012; 3 (11) :37-64
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"Sama'a" is one of the most controversial categories in the domain of Islamic gnosticism and Sufism. In addition to its lexical meaning, "Sama'a" has gotten an idiomatic meaning in the realm of Islamic and Iranian teachings and learnings.Within Masnavi ma'anavi, which is the outcome of Hazrate Mawlana's ( love) madness and drunkenness, this concept fits Masnavi's stories and, half of its application is related to its idiomatic meaning.     

Moreover, in the valuable book of "Alloma'a", the work of Abu Nasr Sarraj Toosi (Tavoos Alfoghara'a) ,as one of authentic  and ancient sources of Islamic Sufism, we also see that "Sama'a" has been discussed in two separate places as one of the most reliable categories in the religion domain in a way that it has wholly covered Chapter 10 of the mentioned book. In this research, we have studied the stances of two Islamic and Iranian distinguished  scholars on "Sama'a" in two distinct ages.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/1 | Accepted: 2016/07/1 | Published: 2016/07/1

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