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nazarnejad N, Golshan Roghani F. Application of Rumi and Gabriel Marcel's views in hope therapy. jpt. 2022; 1 (4)
URL: http://jpt.modares.ac.ir/article-34-57904-en.html
1- Narges Nazarnejad, Associate Professor of Department of Philosophy and Islamic Wisdom, Faculty of Theology, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran.
2- Master of Philosophy and Islamic Theology, Alzahra University , fatemegolshan15@yahoo.com
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The present study is an interdisciplinary study for applying philosophy through its collaboration with psychology and literature. In this article, hope is examined according to the two Rumi and Marcel. The purpose of this study is to provide a basis for the work of philosophical counselors and psychotherapists. For this reason, the views of Richard Snyder, the theorist and founder of hope therapy in contemporary psychology, are also introduced in the present study to bring Rumi and Marcelchr('39')s views on hope closer to the topics of hope therapy, and the similarities are derived to be used by philosophical advisors. According to the findings of this research, the hope that Rumi speaks of is a clear and guiding hope that, if used properly, can become a positive moral trait in human beings; The hope that arises from manchr('39')s need for God and will always be the way to manchr('39')s spiritual progress. Marcel also considers hope as a tool for faith and closeness to the higher being, which causes a person to be spiritually ready to serve other human beings. This spiritual preparation frees man from the snare of the shattered world of which Marcel speaks. By comparing Snyderchr('39')s theory of hope and Rumichr('39')s view of hope, we find similarities between the views of these two philosophers in the components of hope. The examination of Snyderchr('39')s theory of hope and Marcelchr('39')s view of hope also reveals the intellectual similarity of the two thinkers on the vital role of hope in life.
Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Philosophy of Ethics (Modern)
Received: 2021/12/14 | Accepted: 2021/12/27 | Published: 2022/01/4

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