دانشیار گروه زبان و ادبیات فارسی، دانشگاه الزهرا
عنوان مقاله [English]
The main question that concerns this paper is whether the collection of Parvin E 'tesiimi' s poems contains any philosophical thinking, and if the answer is affirmative where its more striking strands are located?
In this research, writer tries to find a response for this question: Is there philosophical thought in poem? If there is, which kind is more important? The collection of Parvin's poems is not a philosophical book, neither is she a philosopher. But there are elements such as cosmology, anthropology, the divine decree, destiny issues, and the role of intention and authority that are indicative of her philosophical thoughts and confirm her familiarity with philosophical issues. Parvin's cosmology, similar to other Muslim artists, is Quranic vision to universe; she sees all the existence as the appearance of God. Parvin's anthropology is anthropology of Islamic philosophy. She considers "Man" as a two dimensional being: "Body" and "Soul""Wisdom" and "Science" strengthen the soul; and "Satan" and "Carnal Soul" are thieves of divine part of his/her existence. On the issue of destiny Parvin believes that some of our affairs are out of our ability and we give up. But on some other affairs, control is given to human beings and they can decide. Man's authority is free in this part. So Man's fate and society's fate change with trial and effort. Parvin considers fortune as a divine decree. These issues in the collection of poems of Parvin show that there is philosophical thought in poet's mind and throughout her collected work this kind of philosophical thought is being detected.