Karaca, Faruk
September 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2004, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p101
Academic Journal
People who are believed to have highly personal experiences have been important subjects of Psychology of Religion studies. In this study, Ä°smail Hakki Aydin, a physician and a poet having such features, is analyzed. In the light of the his poems and other resources, it can be concluded that extraordinary feelings of love that are fostered by conflicts between pleasure and pain exist in internal world of the poet and one of them, spiritual love, comes ahead of others.


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