عنوان مقاله [English]
The relationship between philosophy and literature connects thought (rationality) and speech (articulation). Literature encompasses the breadth of all human questions, from love to philosophical issues, power relations, economic matters, personal suffering, and human relationships. Therefore, literature is full of philosophy. It often addresses issues that are also raised in philosophy. The main question in this research is to what extent philosophical concepts are reflected in Attar's poetry and how Attar's perspective on philosophy is shaped. Attar's works have deep philosophical, theological, and mystical concepts. His language and discourse carry profound meanings in these areas. In addition to his familiarity with various sciences such as mysticism, astronomy, psychology, history, and more, Attar is also a philosopher, albeit of an anti-philosophical type. This article, relying on two of Attar's works, namely "Mosibatnameh" and "Manteq al-Tayr," edited by Professor Mohammad Reza Shafiei Kadkani, has been compiled and edited using a descriptive-analytical method based on library resources.