Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION   FALL-WINTER 2006-2007 , Volume 36 , Number 3-4; Page(s) 129 To 140.
 
Paper: 

HAFEZ'S SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

 
 
Author(s):  KHARAZI S.K.*
 
* FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY, UT
 
Abstract: 

In this article, Hafez poems are viewed as a school of education and its philosophical, religious, educational and scientific bases is examined. Referring to Hafez poems, the article argues that he puts priority on nurture over education and instead of school, book and argument is after human dignity. From epistemological point of view Hafez is intuitive, and from ontological perspective, he believes in divine destiny. He assumes human being to be evolving, responsible and in control of his carnal soul. From axiological standpoint, Hafez believes in coordination with nature and God's creatures and argues that one who is odd with God's creatures can not discover the secrets of existence. The article explores the religious bases of his thoughts and argues that Hafez emphasizes on religious experience rather than religious routines, and considers love to be the pretext of – that experience. The article also touches upon scientific bases of Hafez notion that religion is the source of human integrity, psychological stability and meaningfulness of one's life. The article emphasizes that Hafez world view is borrowed from the Quran, Hadith and the words of Imams and is the results of his reading the Quran, asceticism and confessions of his neediness to supreme Creator. Hafez poetry is the metaphor inspired by the words of God, prophets, Imams and religious leaders.

 
Keyword(s): HAFEZ, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, EPISTEMOLOGY, ONTOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, AXIOLOGY, RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE, INTEGRITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STABILITY
 
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