عنوان مقاله [English]
human beings have always been thinking of the best-living experience. since this dream has never been realized on earth, it has been depicted in its imagination. this imaginary city is called Utopia, and its inhabitants are full of physical and psychological well-being, and there is no lack of human society. Utopia is seen in all cultures. in the east, Nezami Ganjavi's, in his two works, EqbalNameh and Khosrow and Shirin, portrayed the beauty of the city and Arman, depicted the fate of his desired, and in the west, Thomas Moore, in his book Utopia, spoke of an island you are not up and down. the adaptation of the views of these two literary figures clearly illustrates the similar and different aspects of the hopes of various cultures. accordingly, in this article, based on the descriptive and analytical method, the common features of Nezami and Moore's Utopia are investigated. it seems that in the eyes of these two characters, an idealized city that is far from the other communities and is not easy to access, is based on virtues, in which it has a prominent orientation and religion. the inhabitants of this city do not care about the world's property, especially wires and gold, and they hate the burning of the fire of war and sedition. also, co-opting and helping each other is a priority, and hunting and slaughtering animals is done as much as is necessary, and excesses in this regard are considered to be neglected.