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Moshtāghmehr R, Dastmālchi V. Mysticism and Surrealism in Social Perspectives. مطالعات عرفانی. 2010; 0 (12) :183-200
URL: http://s-erfani.kashanu.ac.ir/article-1-46-en.html

Professor Tarbiat Mo‘allem University, Āzarbāyjān , r.moshtaghmehr@gmail.com
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There is no doubt that mental phenomena mainly exist by social circumstances. Social schools founders’ mental proportion with current circumstances in the society indicates the fact that social circumstances exist, foster and beak down worldviews and then destroy them or divert them from one direction to another direction. Islamic Mysticism was created within Islam, but at the influence of social-Political circumstances of different era it became a school which has existed, most of the time, independent of Islamic religion. Governments and the circumstances which exist them in the scope of Religion, Economy, Politics, Culture and etc, within a fully mutual communicative circle changes method of thought and act. The influences which social factors have had on the birth and development of Mysticism and Mystic Literature in Islamic and Surrealism on French Literature are considerable along with other effective undeniable factors such as Chimerical and Artistic factors, Individual Motivations to achieve Happiness and Truth. The Main aim of this paper is the comparative comparison of social backgrounds in the birth and development of Mysticism and Surrealism.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2012/09/24

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