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عنوان مقاله [English]
Sufi works seem to mirror Iranians’ greatness of thought and mystical taste perfectly and are considered to be a unique spiritual heritage. Such works have come to us mainly in form of books or pieces of writing in verse or prose and are not similar in content due to their differences of time, era, writer, disciples, etc. Sifi works, therefore, have practiced different theoretical principles and practical traditions of Sufism. This paper aims to introduce the ideas and mystical views of Mirza Mohammad Bin Sultan Mohammad Ardebili— under a pseudonym of Mohaqeq Ardebili Bidgoli— who was an 11th century Shi’ite mystic and scholar. He was a disciple of Qazi Assad Qohpa-ee and seemed to have been a member of Noorbakhshiye sect. His works attest his superiority of his religious figure over his other traits. However, he did not avoid mentioning the principles and practices of Sufism during strict religious disputes. His Sufism includes reciting refreshing quatrains, and the poet has occasionally used philosophical terms to prove his ideas but he has had no philosophical methods.