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Kanaani E. Analysis of the Language-Event Function of ̍Shathʹ in the Discursive System of Rumi's Sonnets in Diwan-e Shams. LRR. 2018; 9 (5) :173-196
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-16542-en.html
Assistant Professor of Persian Language and Literature, Kosar University- Bojnord, Iran , ebrahimkanani@kub.ac.ir
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Mystical ̍Shathʹ is formed in the context of language event context. The notion of event system belongs to post-Greimasian semiotics. The language event system finds a tensive-emotional function due to features such as momentary and discursive transformation. This situation benefits from phenomenological and emotional presence and tension for the subject, in which the subject is in a passive state and reaches the state of ecstasy. Many of Rumi's sonnets are the products of these moments; moments in which the subject loses self-consciousness and inevitably reveals the mystery. The result of this revelation can be interpreted as a ̍Shathʹ. According to this, the fundamental question of the present article is that what processes and discursive functions lead to ̍Shathʹ in the overall linguistic system of Rumi's sonnets. In fact, the purpose of the present research is to analyze the semiotic components of ̍Shathʹ in Rumi's sonnets in order to explain its event and the process of meaning-generation. This feature transforms the atmosphere of Rumi's Ghazal. This research shows that such an atmosphere has transformative, aesthetic, corporeal and the state functions in the discursive system of Rumi's. Thus, we are witnessing the sequence of events and their restoration. In essence this feature allows the subject to reach the same depth with the absolute truth and depth of being.
 
 
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Linguistics
Published: 2018/12/15

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