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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Irrespective of their whereabouts, their cultural era, humans share common gifts and potentialities arising from their epistemological existential essence. A large part of peoples’ knowledge and experiences are common despite their differences in terms of culture, time, place and personal experiences. The important point is that this difference is only external, the underlying structure or deep structure is similar, since human potentialities are rarely influenced by cultural differences hence there exists similarities between Plato, Suhrawardi, Mowlana and Jung regarding the structure of the world and Man’s psyche in terms of deep structure. By presenting Plato’s world of illusion and Suhrawardi’s world of image, Zoroaster’s spiritual divine forms (farvahar), Jung’s collective unconscious, and the sayings of Attar and Mowlana regarding divine eternal self, one can clearly find resemblances in terms of deep structure between these modes of thoughts.