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Mozafar F, Vatandoust R, Shayeganfar N, Tabatabaei Z. A Comparative study of Mulla Sadra’s approach as an Islamic Mastermind and the common theories in regards to aesthetic experience models. JRIA 2014; 2 (2) :15-28
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The process of aesthetic experience and models designed in relation to this process are amongst the important discussions in the field of teaching aesthetic experience. Many models are designed on the basis of philosophical theories and observing audience behavior and they are founded in the path of intellectual and theoretical enhancement of the audience. Meanwhile, although Islamic philosophers have not clearly addressed the perception of aesthetics and aesthetic experience, however, among their discussions and theoretical perceptions, fundamentals of aesthetics perception can be found. Mulla Sadra is among those philosophers that somewhat discusses this matter in his belief system. The fundamental question is that: According to Mulla Sadra’s intellectual principles and ideology such as levels of perception, substantial motion, mental mode of existence, love and beauty, and the identity of the knower and the known, can we reach an explanation for a model that is in line with aesthetics experience? The purpose of this study is to investigate the process of aesthetics experience and understanding a work of art in the viewpoint of experts in this arena and also to achieve an aesthetics experience model that is derived from Mulla Sadra’s ideology. For this matter, at first, using the inferential analysis method, this study analyzes the different components of aesthetics models and by benefiting from Mulla Sadra’s principles, the aesthetics experience process and its elements such as emotional perception, attention and knowledge, repetitive observance, remembrance and contemplation, imagination and recreation, and identity, are deducted and are compared with other models. In some cases such as repetitive observance, remembrance and contemplation, the model has similar aspects with other models, however, in some cases such as imagination and recreation it has differences.
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Received: 2015/06/28 | Accepted: 2015/06/28 | Published: 2015/06/28

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