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タイトル: アーザル・カイヴァーン学派研究 : Dāstān-e Mōbedān Mōbed Dādār Dāddukht の写本蒐集と翻訳校訂
その他のタイトル: A Study on Āzar Kayvān School : Collecting and Editing MSS of the Dāstān-e Mōbedān Mōbed
著者: 青木, 健
著者(別言語): Aoki, Takeshi
発行日: 2015年3月
出版者: 東京大学東洋文化研究所
掲載誌情報: 東洋文化研究所紀要. 第167冊, 2015.3, pp. 302(203)-348(157)
抄録: As a beginning of this small paper on the Āzar Kayvān School, a good starting point is the outline of Āzar Kayvān School Studies until 2014, especially the publication data of Āzar Kayvān School’s eight Persian treatises and their translations. Prior interpretations of Āzar Kayvān school’s religious thought can be best summarized in Rezania 2014 and Sheffield 2014a. In the latter half of the 20th Century, Āzar Kayvānian religious thought is always explained as a Zoroastrian branch of Suhrawardī Maqtūl’s Illiminationism. Representative scholars of this interpretation are Henry Corbin (especially Corbin 1989), Fath Allāh Mojtabā’ī (Mojtabā’ī 1989), Seyyed Hossein Nasr (several surveys of Islamic mysticism), Kevin R. D. Shepherd (Shepherd 1988) and Takeshi Aoki (Aoki 2001a and 2001b). At the turn of the century, however, the trend changed drastically. Some scholars began to connect Āzar Kayvān School with other religious thoughts in Safavid Iran and Mughal India. Takeshi Aoki tried to connect Āzar Kayvān School’s Eschatology with Dīn-e Ilāhī (Aoki 2002a), and connect the contents of the Jām-e Kay Khosrow with the soteriology of the Nūrbakhsh order (2002b). Kathryn Babayan supposed close connection between Āzar Kayvān School and the Nuqtavī order (Babayan 2002). Since 2009, however, I continue to search for the Zoroastrian Persian MSS possessed at Islamic MSS libraries both in Iran and India and, in the course of those researches, I discovered some new MSS of already-known Āzar Kayvānian treastises (not in Yazd or Kermān, but mainly in the western part of Iran). According to their colophons, a part of them were written before the publication of lithographies in the 19th century and there are some differences between the lithographies and those MSS. So we must look more carefully into the MSS data to prepare new editions of Āzar Kayvānian literature. In this paper, I would like to take up a Persian treatise as a possible Āzar Kayvānian lost treatise, Dāstān-e Mōbedān Mōbed Dādār Dāddukht va Keyfīyat-e ān in the Majles 13522 Codex possessed at the National Congress Library of Iran (Tehrān).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/56589
ISSN: 05638089


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