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Hasani N. Satan’s Face in the Works of ‘Eyn al-Qozāt Hamadāni. مطالعات عرفانی. 2007; 0 (6) :5-32
URL: http://s-erfani.kashanu.ac.ir/article-1-254-en.html

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If we consider Hosseyn ibn Mansour Hallāj as the founder of the theory of defending Satan, no doubt, ‘Eyn al-Qozāt Hamadāni will be the unique interpreter and developer of this theory. He owes to Hallāj for the bases of this theory, but he presents such a new and innovative explanation of Satan‘s banishment and damnation that makes him one of the greatest defenders and adorers of Satan. Relying on Hamadāni‘s views, this article deals with a general view of Satan in Hamadani‘s works and an explanation of his principles for defending this banished rebel. In hamadāni‘s works, Satan has a dual face one is the face of a deceiving tempter of human beings. The other is the face drawn during his adoring and defending of Satan. From his viewpoint, Satan is an experienced lover who rebelled against the beloved‘s order to show his perfection and to prove to the world that he and only he was aware of God‘s true will in this order which was the rebel of His thousand-year old lover from prostrating other than Him.
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