TITLE

YİTİK HİKMETİN KAPILARI -MEVLÂNÂ VE EZELİ HİKMET-

AUTHOR(S)
YILMAZ, Hüseyin
PUB. DATE
April 2014
SOURCE
Itobiad: Journal of the Human & Social Science Researches;Apr/May2014, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p219
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study discusses the effects of metaphysic reality in Islamic culture and tradition, by following the methodologies and expressions of the notable figures in the Traditionalist School. As a matter of fact, it is noteworthy that pursuing such a discussion through Mawlana, a person who is known to have a similar influence on both the modern and traditional lingual world, will always be productive. The perspective and methodology Mawlana basis his global embracing dialectal, opens the doors of wisdom that had long been regarded lost by the Islamic insight tradition, not only metaphorically, but also with the considerable in-depth guidance he presents. This study will serve to understand which of these perspectives of Mawlana and the Traditionalist School are in common.
ACCESSION #
96972638

 

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