Welcome To The Journal of "Mystical Literature"

 

     The Journal of Mystical Literature is a Seasonal, open access, academic research publication. The full texts of all papers are stored and accessible on the journal’s website in PDF format and visitors may download the papers for free.

 

The Journal of Mystical Literature of AlZahra University has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Iran Academy of Literary Criticism, since 13/4/2021,
for the publication of scientific articles in the field of mystical texts' criticism.

 

Journal Information

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 Type of credit:  Scientific

Release sequence:  Seasonal

Year of publication: 2009

Average time to review the papers: 2 months

Rank in the Ministry of Science:  A

ISC: 0.321 (Q1)

Access type: Open Access (Full Text)

Type of publication: Electronic 

Language: Persian (Abstract: English)

Ratio of the accepted papers to those submitted: 7%

Review: Double blind peer review

The Journal follows COPE guidelines.

Plagiarism: Several light software is used to prevent plagiaris ;(Samim Noor)

Paper submission fee: 2.000,000 Rls (received after the paper is accepted to be reviewed)

Paper publication fee: 6,000,000 Rls (received after the paper is approved for publishing)

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Scientific-research
Conceptual Metaphors in Qalandari Poetry
Conceptual Metaphors in Qalandari Poetry

Muhammad Kazem Baridi Al-Lami; Mohammad reza Sarfi; Ali Asghar Yari Estahbanati

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.44125.2481

Abstract
  The Qalandariyya is a prominent cult within Islamic mysticism and Sufism. Due to the diversity of the Qalandari lifestyle, the existence of both positive and negative aspects, and the ...  Read More
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A Cognitive Analysis of Mathnavi's Arabic Poems
A Cognitive Analysis of Mathnavi's Arabic Poems

Taher Lavzheh

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2023.44634.2497

Abstract
  Jalāl al-Dīn Moḥammad Balkhi explains some outstanding artistic forms and special mystical themes in the form of Arabic poetry as the expression of Mathnavi teachings. This research ...  Read More
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The Analytical Study of Hagiographies in Khorasan and Qumis Regions from the 4th to the 8th Century AH
The Analytical Study of Hagiographies in Khorasan and Qumis Regions from the 4th to the 8th Century AH

Maryam Rajabinia; Maryam Hosseini

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2022.40975.2367

Abstract
  From the 4th to the 8th century AH, fifteen hagiographies were written or translated in both Persian and Arabic in the Khorasan region, including Maqamat-e Qumisani, Maqamat-e Khwaja ...  Read More
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Khawaja Abdullah Ansari and Najmuddin Kobra, recognition of two different patterns in the first mystical tradition
Khawaja Abdullah Ansari and Najmuddin Kobra, recognition of two different patterns in the first mystical tradition

Mohammad Roodgar

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.46671.2561

Abstract
  Khwaja Abdullah Ansari is a person who clearly tried to present a coherent system in the first mystical tradition. Today, practical mysticism is known by the name of Khwaja and his ...  Read More
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Introduce and the necessity critical editing of the description of Iraqi's
Introduce and the necessity critical editing of the description of Iraqi's "Lamaat" known as "Ma'arif al-Haqayq fi Tahqiq al-Daqayq"

Tayyebeh Sheikhveisi; Mahdi Nikmanesh; Seyyed Mahdi Tabatabaei

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2023.45022.2515

Abstract
  "Ma'arif al-Haqayiq fi Tahqiq al-Daqayiq" falls under the category of mystical writings. The author, Mirpadshah, identifies himself in his book as a descendant of Mir Haider Kasbi, ...  Read More
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Negative and Positive Resistance in Attar's Tadhkerat al-Awliya
Negative and Positive Resistance in Attar's Tadhkerat al-Awliya

Mojtaba Fadaee; Mahdi Zarghani

Volume 16, Issue 36 , May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.46346.2546

Abstract
  The mystics were not indifferent to the social conditions around them. Sufism aims at the salvation of the individuals of society and has no systematic program to govern society, but ...  Read More
Morphology of Didactic and Mystic Masnavis
 Based on Literary Traditions
(From the Beginning to the End of the 7th Century AH)
Morphology of Didactic and Mystic Masnavis Based on Literary Traditions (From the Beginning to the End of the 7th Century AH)

Rahman Moshtaghmhr; Yadollah Nasrollahi; Ali Hajizadeh

Volume 15, Issue 34 , October 2023, , Pages 101-139

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2023.43770.2471

Abstract
  The history of Persian literature owes the immortality and influence of its pure didactic and mystical topics in its various forms to the form of “masnavi” poetic genre. ...  Read More
Content Analysis of
Content Analysis of "Qazor wa Khar" Anecdote in Mathnavi

Taher Lavzheh

Volume 15, Issue 32 , April 2023, , Pages 105-131

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2022.41567.2395

Abstract
  The application of certain rules in style, language, and tone of various narratives gives coherence to an anecdote’s context of the text. The anecdote "Qazor wa Khar", taken from ...  Read More
Trilogy of “Islam”, “Faith”, and “Ihsan” from the Viewpoint of Khwaja Yusuf Hamadani: Based on his Newly-found manuscript, Alkashf
Trilogy of “Islam”, “Faith”, and “Ihsan” from the Viewpoint of Khwaja Yusuf Hamadani: Based on his Newly-found manuscript, Alkashf

Madina Poormahmood; Mansour Motamedi; Zahra Ekhtiari

Volume 14, Issue 28 , April 2022, , Pages 67-95

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2022.39828.2323

Abstract
   “Islam” (Submission to be a Muslim), “Faith”, and “Ihsan” (goodness) are the three main dimensions of worldly and other-worldly life. The evidence ...  Read More
Hymn – Stories in Masnavi
Hymn – Stories in Masnavi

Taher Lavzheh

Volume 14, Issue 28 , April 2022, , Pages 131-152

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2022.39919.2326

Abstract
  "Hymn" in Masnavi has an esoteric meaning on the one hand, and an artistic role, on the other hand, which chiefly explains the themes and concepts of the stories. Rumi, in order to ...  Read More
Mystical Theology in Abu Abdollah Neffari’s Al-Mawaqif and Al-Mukhatabaat
Mystical Theology in Abu Abdollah Neffari’s Al-Mawaqif and Al-Mukhatabaat

Reza Abasi

Volume 14, Issue 29 , August 2022, , Pages 99-130

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2022.40139.2338

Abstract
   “Theology” and relationship with God is the most significant issue in mysticism, and mystics have had a special view and interpretation in this regard. Abu Abdullah ...  Read More
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The semantics of love in rereading mystical texts
Based on the relevance theory
The semantics of love in rereading mystical texts Based on the relevance theory

Mina Behnam

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 16 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2023.44120.2480

Abstract
  The present study investigates the meaning of love through mystical texts. The relational theory of Sperber and Wilson, which has a linguistic foundation and is placed in the category ...  Read More
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Innovative symbols and pseudo-symbols in Attar's Mosibat nameh
Innovative symbols and pseudo-symbols in Attar's Mosibat nameh

Fatemeh Rezaee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 February 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.44740.2502

Abstract
  A symbol is a very broad concept that has been given many definitions in different books And in a general view, the meaning of any sign, gesture, word, combination and phrase implies ...  Read More
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analysis of components of mystical experience in the story of Daqhughi using the theory of Walter Stace and William James.
analysis of components of mystical experience in the story of Daqhughi using the theory of Walter Stace and William James.

Milad Salahi Khalkhali; Ghodrat allah Taheri; Ahmad Khatami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.46640.2560

Abstract
  Daqhughi's story in Masnavi Manavi is a multifaceted narrative and due to its fluid structure, it can be analyzed from different dimensions. Understanding the characteristics of mystical ...  Read More
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Transcendent wisdom from structuralism to post-structuralism
Transcendent wisdom from structuralism to post-structuralism

Nafise Mostafavi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 June 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.37666.2548

Abstract
  One of the important issues in mystical philosophy is the discussion of the role of experiential structures in the content of mystical experiences and their relationship to one another, ...  Read More
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Rending Garments, from the Ancient World to Sufi Hospice
Rending Garments, from the Ancient World to Sufi Hospice

Negin Mojgani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 June 2024

https://doi.org/10.22051/jml.2024.46571.2555

Abstract
  This article explores the Sufi tradition of rending garments and compares it to similar practices in Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Judaism, as well as some ancient Arab, Egyptian, ...  Read More

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