Divinity and Religious orientation in Persian art and culture

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Dr. Mohammad Sadegh Mahfouzi

Author(s): Dr. Mohammad Sadegh Mahfouzi

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As the need to deism is in nature of human, from early moment of life in its
Divinity and Religious orientation in Iranian art and culture (First chapter )
The needness of man’s mentalities to be believer God, this has been blown from the first moment of life in his existence. Thus religious orientation and divinity was inseparable principle during the whole life of human.
Before the establishment of agricultural age there was no image of supreme powers which could make virtue and vices; then feels his destiny being directed by wise lofty powers .the powers which have a metaphysical effects. Thus the imagination of superior unknown powers which was out of his control being created . The ideal world, far from his world in Neolithic art was due to the imagination of unknown superior powers. Because in mythological art, idols was being made in angels, gods and demy gods form not in human figures.


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