عنوان مقاله [English]
The story of the creation of Adam is one of the Qur'anic stories associated with certain subtleties in exegetic texts, especially mystical exegeses. Among them, Maybodi's Kashf al-Asrar offers a mystical exegesis of this story in asymbolic and pictorial language. His narration of this story in the third chapter of Kashf al-Asrar has many inner layers and implications. We studied these various code layers in the present article. There are different classifications and theories used to analyze the codes of a given text and this study was carried out based on Barthes' Five Codes. Considering the features of his codes such as being narrative-based, and attention to cultural and ideological codes, which have a special place in mystical exegeses, we selected his theory as the basis of our analysis, covering ayahs 30th to 38th of Surah Al-Baqarah in the third chapter of Kashf al-Asrar. The results of this research show that in the story of the creation of Adam, as Maybodi narrated it, there are a variety of hermeneutic, proairetic, semantic, symbolic and cultural codes. Some of these codes can be inferred from the Qur'anic text and some are Maybodi's additions. Among the aforementioned codes, hermeneutic and proairetic codes play the greatest role in developing the story process.