May 29, 2024
Naser Jaberi

Naser Jaberi

Academic Rank: Associate professor
Address: Bushehr, Persian Gulf University.
Degree: Ph.D in Persian language and literature
Phone: 07733444574
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities


Reflection of Thought and Wisdom in Naser Khosrow’s Poetry in Connection with the Issue of Sustainability
Type Thesis
ادبيات متعهّد، انديشه، خرد، ناصر خسرو.
Researchers Amrollah Moradi (Student) , Mojahed Gholami (Primary advisor) , Naser Jaberi (Advisor)


In sustainability poetry, thought and wisdom can have a special place as a form of committed poetry. Wisdom, having knowledge, intellect, understanding, experience, acquired insight, as well as innate understanding along with their ability to work are part of it. The importance of wisdom has been emphasized in many religions and cultures. Therefore, the closest word to wisdom can be considered knowledge. Thinking is a mental work and it arises when a person is encountered with a problem, and wants to solve it. In this moment in mind, an attempt to solve the problem begins, which is called mental effort. Thinking is a mental effort, to answer the mental questions accurately, requires tools such as logic, reasoning, knowledge, experience, and a high level of understanding of the subject. In the middle Persian contexts, two types of wisdom are mentioned: “Asan Wisdom” which means innate wisdom and in contrast, “Gosh Surud Wisdom” means acquired wisdom. The aim of this research and dissertation is to express the ability of the author as well as a part of the capability of Dari Persian language in the form of poetry. That is, it seeks the true character of man in his grace and politeness, not in his family, father and uncle. The research method is analytical-descriptive and it is based on library resources and inferences. Contrary to the flow of poem in his time, the wise man of Yamgan, who considers the status and value of words good, avoided pouring his precious price on pigs and greedy people and criticized those who, in his words, sell poem. Nasser Khosrow considers human wisdom inevitable from knowing the Creator and believes that wisdom is the essence that the Creator has given it to human beings in order for them to be proud and have dignity. This essence motivates a person: Interrogate why they have made this world and what they have done here and how it will be after you leave this house. There is no doubt that giving such a role to wisdom represents the view of