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Hashemi Z. The Chains of Love (Mohabat) in Sufism (The Study of Sight Sofis about Love (Mohabat) since 2th -6th Based on Conceptual Metaphor Theory). LCQ. 2013; 6 (22) :29-48
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-5745-en.html
Azadi Sq.Ferdowsi Univ. Faculty of Letters , Department of Persian literature
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Since the second century AD Sufi-es have entered the concept of "love" in his speech,and so they defined a new relationship between themselves and God, Although initially this relationship met with opposition from scholars and speakers, but gradually found its place in Sufi-es discourse Finally, in the beginning of sixth century attempt of Sufi-es in along four these centuries to define and describe of "love", Sufism enter in new stage which saw its glorying in the centuries from 6 to 8th. In this study author wants to analysis of basic and secondary cosmological viewpoints of Sufi-es about love. Author with this goal, by study and analysis of ontological and structural metaphors in conceptual metaphor theory has searched these viewpoints and finally has approved that metaphorizing of Sufies since the beginning show their viewpoints to this concept. These two standpoint aroused of two basic structural metaphor: GOD IS SULTAN and GOD IS BELOVED.
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Article Type: practical | Subject: Rhetorics|Literary Theory
Received: 2013/03/16 | Accepted: 2013/06/19 | Published: 2013/08/23
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