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Journal:   PERSIAN LITERATURE (BAHARESTAN SOKHAN)   WINTER 2018 , Volume 14 , Number 38 ; Page(s) 227 To 246.
 
Paper: 

THE PRINCIPLES OF STATECRAFT IN THE EPIC OF "THE KUSH NAMEH"

 
 
Author(s):  RASMI SAKINEH, MALEKPOUR ALAMDARI MANIJEH
 
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Abstract: 

One subset of practical wisdom is the principle of civil politics. Major books of ethics such as The Ethics of Nasseri, emphasized on the importance of governance and statecraft, the need for government based on justice, king's love of subordinates and people, wisdom, security, and so on. This article focuses mainly on the principles of in the Sega of Kush who was an evil emperor and fought against Abtin and Feridoon. Such a state, then, cannot be based on justice and wisdom. This national epic of the 6th c explains the adventures of Kush, the king of evil, in China and beyond. Iranshah ibn Abikhayr, the author of The Kush Nameh, has composed it during the reign of Abushoja Mohammad ibn Malek Shah Saljughi and dedicated it to him.

 
Keyword(s): THE KUSH NAMEH, WISDOM, PRACTICAL WISDOM, PRINCIPLES OF STATECRAFT
 
 
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RASMI, S., & MALEKPOUR ALAMDARI, M. (2018). THE PRINCIPLES OF STATECRAFT IN THE EPIC OF "THE KUSH NAMEH". PERSIAN LITERATURE (BAHARESTAN SOKHAN), 14(38 ), 227-246. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=569057



Vancouver: Copy

RASMI SAKINEH, MALEKPOUR ALAMDARI MANIJEH. THE PRINCIPLES OF STATECRAFT IN THE EPIC OF "THE KUSH NAMEH". PERSIAN LITERATURE (BAHARESTAN SOKHAN). 2018 [cited 2021May16];14(38 ):227-246. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=569057



IEEE: Copy

RASMI, S., MALEKPOUR ALAMDARI, M., 2018. THE PRINCIPLES OF STATECRAFT IN THE EPIC OF "THE KUSH NAMEH". PERSIAN LITERATURE (BAHARESTAN SOKHAN), [online] 14(38 ), pp.227-246. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=569057.



 
 
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