عنوان مقاله [English]
The epic system of Bahman-Nameh of Iranshah bin Abi-al-Khair was published in 1994 edited by Rahim Afifi by scientific and cultural publications. Faramaz-Nameh's epic system of unknown composers of the late 5th century has also been published in 2014 with the efforts of Mariolin van Zutphen and Abolfazl Khatibi. In these epic systems, we are faced with many successful people with great human qualities. On the other hand, valuing desirable and positive human characteristics is one of the main axes in the school of humanist psychology. Therefore, these characteristics can be examined in mythological characters. This research by using a descriptive-analytical method, attempts to investigate and analyze the structures of humanism in the fictional mythological characters of Bahman-Nameh and Faramaz-Nameh, in accordance with Abraham Maslow's theory of self-actualization. The results of the research, obtained from the analysis of library sources with content analysis, show that the special and extraordinary characteristics of the main characters of these two epic works, who have achieved self-realization with God-given talents, in terms of behavior, speech and thought are comparable to "theory Maslow's self-actualization.
Investigation and analysis of humanism structures in the mythological fictional characters of Bahman-Nameh and Faramaz-Nameh epics.
Examining and analyzing the humanism structures of Abraham Maslow's self-actualization theory according to the fictional mythological characters of Bahman-Nameh and Faramaz-Nameh epics.
What are the structures of humanism in the mythological fictional characters of Bahman-Nameh and Faramaz-Nameh?
Which structures of humanism of Abraham Maslow's self-actualization theory are compatible with the fictional mythological characters of Bahman-Nameh and Faramaz-Nameh?