The Resource Martyrdom and Ecstasy : Emotion Training in Iranian Culture
- Martyrdom and Ecstasy : Emotion Training in Iranian Culture
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- Emotion Training in Iranian Culture
- The book is concerned with one of the most important issues in Persian culture, that is to say a broadly conceived idea of sacrifice and martyrdom. At present, it is contained in the concept of shahadat, which arouses much controversy in the Western world today. In successive chapters, the author discusses the origin and evolution of this concept in Persian culture, the process of shaping attitudes conducive to the attainment of readiness for shahadat and the role of this concept in the propa .
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- PN56.M29 S87 2012
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- non fiction
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