عنوان مقاله [English]
From a holistic and teleological point of view, the principle of poetic justice - which derives from the idea of natural law - forms the basic structure of most of the ancient lyrical stories and poetries, and the pleasure of the story is, in fact, in the artistic expression of this law. One of the purest ancient love works that complements these two features is Vis and Ramin. Therefore, in this article, while avoiding reductionist one-sidedness look, this claim is investigated using two morphological and phenomenological approaches - which incidentally support each other in this story and lead to a unique result in convergent paths; In the morphological analysis, which emphasizes the special role and position of different types of love in Weiss and Ramin, the structure of movements and events are arranged in the general and physical form of the story, indicate the central idea of the story based on the victorious end of human emotions and the decline of desires inhuman. This idea is in line with the main nature and general purpose of the stories - in this approach -. The results of a phenomenological view of natural and supernatural events and phenomena affecting the story and how to understand it in the lived experiences of the characters as well as the findings of examining the cognitive content of emotions and love in this poetry show its justice. In this article, in order to better explain and analyze, the various phenomena of love - which are artistically collected in this story - are examined from a philosophical point of view. Altogether, this poetry interestingly acquaints the discerning reader with concepts such as love and lust, belief and rationality, and the role of the human wills against the principle of natural law.