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دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی 2017, 25(82): 7-36 Back to browse issues page
The Other in the Thoughts and Works of Naser Khosrow
Farzad Blou *
Assistant Professor of Mazandaran University , f.baloo@umz.ac.ir
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The concept of "other" is one of the fundamental concepts of philosophy, especially in the twentieth century and in the works of Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre and Levinas, which carriesepistemological and ontological importance. It was also introduced by Mikhail Bakhtin in the field of literature and literary theory. From another perspective, Naser Khosrow developed and introduced such a concept after joining the Ismaili sect, concerning an urban vision of religion, the ruler and the ruled, poetry, and philosophy. Accordingly, everyone steps beyond or below these lines was not exempt from Naser Khosrow’s satiric reproach. In this article the researcher explains the theoretical foundations of the concept “the other” and also the Naseri Utopia. Moreover, the researcher intends to describe and analyze the treatment of the poet of different classes and political, social, philosophical, and literary groups.
Keywords: Naser Khosrow, The Other, Bakhtin, Ismaili, Religious Sects, Philosophers
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Blou F. The Other in the Thoughts and Works of Naser Khosrow. دوفصلنامه زبان و ادبيات فارسی. 2017; 25 (82) :7-36
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