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Autobiografía en el sufismo

AUTOBIOGRAPHY. A genre in which some Sufi authors have reflected in the first-person on their personal spiritual experiences. No one technical term in Sufi traditional jargon refers specifically to this type of literature. Some (such as those of Ru¯zbiha¯n and Tirmidhı¯) take the form of diaries, including dream and visionary accounts; some (such as those of Ba¯yazı¯d and Ibn ‘Ajı¯ba) adopt an overtly mystical structure such as that of the multi-level “ascension”; and others (such as those of Ghaza¯lı¯ and Hamadha¯nı¯) are couched in terms of the writer’s intellectual and spiritual search for true belief. Some examples of the genre called the discourse, such as a work of Shams of Tabriz, are notably autobiographical in tone and content.

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