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Adinevand S, Ebrahimi M. Study of Similarities of Hafez Shirazi’s poetries and Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathushra. CLRJ 2018; 6 (3) :1-22
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Nietzsche, a German philosopher, became familiar with Hafez through Goethe’s texts. Hafez is is against a Hypocrite ascetic and Nietzsche against his contemporary human or dwarfs. Therefore, these two thinkers deal with the criticism of these kinds of men. Besides, Hafez introduces Moghan preceptor and world of love in front of preacher and loveless world, and Nietzsche presents the world of small men against grand men. The language of Hafez and Nietzsche both is paradoxical and humorous for representing such thought. This article studies the deep effect of men who through their liberty can save the life of people who have no alternative in their lives and guide them to the destination of the love of eternity. What is important in Hafez’s poetry and Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra is that their contemporary people accepted some values that metamorphosize human being. In Hafe’s, these values convert to something against themselves and produce hypocritical men, and from the view of Nietzsche’, the modern human being has cast into democracy and modernity.
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