عنوان مقاله [English]
According to theoreticians of intertextuality, including Kristeva, any text in relation to previous texts is meaningful. The text may be an expanded form or an artistic form of previous texts. The Sana'i tradition as a text and mystical text has benefited from the past Persian and Arabic texts of Islam. Nahj al-Balagha is one of the Islamic texts in which Sanai has viewed it broadly and beyond the scope of reasoning in a way that he has created in order to understand many of the points of the hijah, The words of Mola Ali (as), especially Nahj al-Balaghah, came. The subject of vices and secrets, due to its fairly wide reflection, in the Word of Ali (as) and also Hakim Sanai, is the main topic of the present research, which is examined based on the intertextual relationship and the emphasis on the hypothesis and hypothesis of the dispute. The result is that: Sanai in the mystical teaching of Hadjiq-ul-Haqiqa, as well as poetry and the vocabulary, themes and references of Ali (AS)'s three-part intertextual (rejection, negation, and complete negation) ) Has used. Undoubtedly, this conscious interaction of Hadithaha from Ali's (PBUH) words has caused the sustainability and dynamism of the Sana'a work.