Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 50

volume Number : 13
number In Volume : 4
issue Number : 50

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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 13، number In Volume 4، ، issue Number 50

Descriptiv-Contrastive Analysis of Ethical Versed Advices of Moulawi and Sa'di

Somayeh Soleymani, Abulqasem Qawam(Author in Charge)

The professional recognition of a phenomenon depends on the measurement and comparison of the phenomenon with phenomena of the same type. Moulavi and Sa"di are seeking to guide and elevate their audience through their moral advices. But comparing their ethical recommendations reveals two substantial different ways of moral provocation. Both provocation ways are considerably welcomed in impressing the audience. Therefore, meanwhile revealing some of the artistic and effective methods of moral preaching, the research helps to better understanding of the personal styles of Moulavi and Sa"di through contrasting their works. Based on the ethical recommendations extracted from the works of Moulavi and Sa"di, and reference to the evidence, the research argues that Sa"di, in his moral provocation, relies specifically on wisdom and reasoning, and in this regard he uses a special contrasting method, that essentially features his style. Moulavi, however, relie s heavily on religion and mystical principles for ethical advice. From another point of view, Sa"di focuses on preaching, making use of worldly motives for persuading the audience to acquire virtues, while Moulana is hidden behind the name of the beloved, and disrespectful to the world, calls the audience to good morality that leads to a better Hereafter.

Etics , Stilistics , Moulawi , Sa'di

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