Title: Review of using determinations of art in Islamic sites and symbols
Abstract: The use of the arts of architecture, handicrafts, calligraphy, poetry, painting, etc. has long been customary in the establishment, promotion and development of Islamic sites, such as the mosques, the holy shrines of the Imams (as) and sons of Imams. The main jurisprudential justification by the jurisprudents who have addressed this subject, for permission, preference and, in some circumstances, the necessity of the use of the aforementioned arts has been the principle of honoring symbols of the religion, but the proofs of this rule haven’t been in contrast to subjectology of art and its determinations to clarify What is the rule of using the determinations of art based on the principle of honoring symbols of the religion in these places, and beyond, in the absolute promotion and defense of Islamic symbols.
Furthermore, the proportion of the proofs of Islamic places, which, in addition to the reasons of honoring of symbols, also includes the reasons of the mosque, has not been studied with the subjectology of art and its determinations. In this article, we have tried to take a step towards filling this gap. For this purpose, within a brief subjectology of art, its determinants and a reference to the history of these determinations in Islamic sites and symbols, the proportion of reasons of Islamic symbols and mosques is addressed by using determinations of art in the subject of either Islamic sites or symbols.
Keywords: Subjectology of art, Determinations of art, Mosque, Islamic sites