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Title: Rumi's mystical ontology in his poetry
Authors: Mahdieh, Boostani
Keywords: linguistics
text linguistics
Rumi’s ontology
Divan Shams
Mathnavi Manavi
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Mahdieh Boostani. Rumi's mystical ontology in his poetry / Mahdieh Boostani // Научный результат. Сер. Вопросы теоретической и прикладной лингвистики. - 2017. - T.3, №3.-С. 74-77. - DOI: 10.18413/2313-8912-2017-3-3-74-77.
Abstract: Rumi's nostalgia has always attracted the soul of the enchanted and wise human in the valley of mysticism. This nostalgia is crystallized from centuries of human thought, which has been developed by human conflict for self-knowledge. The total extract in Rumi’s immortal works, especially in his two famous works, the Mathnavi Manavi and the Divan Shams, is love, which builds the main pillar of Rumi’s ontology. Hence, the school of Rumi is called “the school of love” and he has been called the “prophet of Love.”
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