Amour courtois des troubadours et amour soufi: l'importance de la femme

Translated title of the contribution: The Courtly love of troubadours and the Sufi love: The importance of women

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Abstract

Les chansons d'amour des troubadours, notamment de la littérature
galaico-portugaise, sont celles que mieux reflètent l’influence de la littérature
hispano-arabe, où la Dame (Aimée) s’approche de Dieu. Le mythe de Layla et
Majnûn, aussi bien que le "Traité de l'Amour" d'Ibn Arabi, démontrent qu’il y a
un rapport étroit avec l'amour platonique, en existant des ressemblances et
des différences entre l'amour soufi et l'amour courtois, acquérant celui-ci un
aspect divin, où la relation avec la femme (Aimée) est semblable à la relation
du soufi avec Dieu.

The troubadours' love songs, especially from Galaico-Portuguese
literature, are those that best reflect the influence of Hispano-Arab literature,
where the lady (the beloved) draws near to God. The myth of Layla and
Majnûn, as well as Ibn Arabi's "Treatise on Love", demonstrate that there is a
connection with platonic love, existing similarities and differences between
Sufi love and Courtly love, acquiring a divine aspect, where the relationship
with the woman (the beloved) is similar to the relation of the Sufi with God.
Translated title of the contributionThe Courtly love of troubadours and the Sufi love: The importance of women
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)163-176
Number of pages13
JournalRevue Annales du Patrimoine - http://annales.univ-mosta.dz/index.php/archives/235.html
Issue number20
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • soufisme
  • amour courtois
  • amour soufi
  • femme
  • Layla
  • Majnûn
  • Ibn Arabi.
  • courtly love
  • sufi love

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