عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the very argumentative and doubt-creating issues in the minds of those who advance in the direction of the cognition of Qur’anic ayahs and their explication for the readership, is the nature of mutashabih ayahs and their basic difference with muhkam ayahs, which might otherwise set the ground for the interpretability, plurality, polysemy and sometimes the misunderstanding of those addressees whose have not reached the purity of heart. Pondering over the Qur’anic ayahs explicates two basic philosophies of mutashabih ayahs: on the one hand the rhetorical language of the Qur’an and its being symbolic in bringing up some topics, both of which, on the other hand, having to do with hermeneutics whether in its traditional or modern form especially in mystical interpretations. One of the notable mystical interpretations, is Abulfazl Meybodi's (6th century AH) Kashf al-Asrar that in the third turn addresses the interpretation Qur’anic ayahs using a literary and mystical language. The present study's major question concerns the possibility to analyze, from the perspective of traditional or modern hermeneutics, important mutashabih ayahs in the mystical interpretation of Kashf al-Asrar expressed using an interpretable secret language and with rhetorical beauties. The research method used is content analysis. Analyzing mutashabih ayahs in Meybodi's interpretation taking a hermeneutic approach is worth investigation. Therefore, we will first focus on hermeneutics and its varying meanings in the Qur’an as well as its alignment with types of hermeneutic and then we will address the classification of mutashabih ayahs in terms of form and meaning, muhkam and mutashabih ayahs in connection with unity of acts, in the being of humans, and in the world of creation and exegetes' ideas in this regard.