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Gorji M, Amāni A. The Substance of Spiritual Life in ‘Eyn al-Qozāt Hamadāni’s View Mohammad in the State of Being or Seeing. مطالعات عرفانی. 2007; 0 (6) :127-150
URL: http://s-erfani.kashanu.ac.ir/article-1-258-en.html
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Speeches, deeds, works, and stories of God‘s messengers among the people of different religions are subject matters which most of literary texts of the world have dealt with. In this regard, Persian literary texts have a special position, and it may be said that they are unique. One of the early Persian mystics whose thoughts and views need to be considered deeply is ‘Eyn al-Qozāt Hamadāni. In his book, Tamhidāt, one cannot find any page or paragraph that has no mention of the Prophet‘s speeches or deeds. In this article, while studying the attitudes and characteristics of the Prophet Muhammad in all of Hamadāni‘s works and his relation to the Prophet, the writers try to present, in particular, a picture of the Prophet in Tamhidat which is rarely done in mystical texts and is neglected by the specialists of ‘Eyn al-Qozāt. He distinguishes between the state of “being” and two states of “seeing” and “having”. In a comparison, he assimilates Moses‘ position to “seeing”, Abraham‘s to “having”, and Muhammad‘s to “being”.
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