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Noori A, Roozbeh M R. Nima's Phenomenological Poetics: the survey of Nima's phenomenological views in the “Letters”. LCQ. 2016; 9 (36) :121-141
URL: http://journals.modares.ac.ir/article-29-7422-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Lorestan University
2- Associate professor in Persian, Khoram Abad
Abstract:   (1304 Views)
Phenomenology is a flow which its main purpose is reaching to the real recognition of things; a cognition which is pure and is free from presuppositions and prejudices, so that mere and true beings of creatures get the permission, to appear themselves and the interference of mind and its contents stand aside from the pure openness of beings. What is important here is achieving the real and authentic description of things with the reduction of Epoché. Nima Yoshij as a poet who could be named as epoch maker, in his 'letters' and his writings to others, continually concentrates on this point that an authentic poet must see with his eyes and they must learn to see based on concrete and genuine experiences. He also stressed on this point that poem and poetry is the connection with the being of beings and to achieve this purpose, all of the definitions around an event must be pushed away for reaching the entity of beings. Nima's letters could be assumed as his theories about poem which in it, he knows what is important is exact vision and being free from any subjectivity for composing poetry. In this paper, we will analyze this Nima's notions and will compare them with phenomenologist's attitudes.
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Received: 2016/07/10 | Accepted: 2016/12/26 | Published: 2017/01/28
* Corresponding Author Address: Khorramabad

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