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Umijeće komuniciranja u gnostičkome djelu
Umijeće komuniciranja u gnostičkome djelu

Author(s): Mubina Moker
Subject(s): Philosophy, Social Sciences, History of Philosophy, Communication studies, Theology and Religion, Islam studies, Philosophy of Middle Ages, Philosophy of Religion, Theory of Communication
Published by: Naučnoistraživački institut »Ibn Sina«
Keywords: author; communication; recipient; passive reader; active listener

Summary/Abstract: Having in mind the manners of their creation and author’s communication with the recipient, the earliest gnostic papers writen in Persian from the first half of the XI century communicate with the recipient in the imperative mood and place him/her in the center of the communication act, thus requesting active participation in the reading process. They allow the recipient to establish and build its unique relation with the text, based on cognitive reading and “eavesdropping” of the essence of meaning, which will “move” him/her from the exoteric to the esoteric plane of reading, and transform him/her from a “passive reader” to an “active listener”. Thus, a gnostic text uses the necessity of its timeless and universal content to demand from the recipient to go back repeatedly, in which every next visit will encourage the recipient to build a new and unique and perceptive-experiential relationship with the text.

  • Issue Year: XVIII/2015
  • Issue No: 68-69
  • Page Range: 171-186
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Bosnian