عنوان مقاله [English]
In the field of Persian literature, teaching and learning issues have an important place, so that we can see its influence in all literary genres. In the meantime, some works have been written purely for the purpose of conveying a set of ethics to the audience in the form of a remarkable rudimental and borderline narrative. In this study, relying on descriptive-analytical method and citation of library sources, the narrative of "Div -e- Gawpay's debate with the Mard-e-Dini" relates to Ruza al-Oqool narrative of "Div -e- Gawpay and Danaye Dini" in MarzbanNameh in representing the doctrinal teachings, analyzing And compared. The results of the study show that two authors have emphasized the teachings of "wisdom and science" and "worldly and worldly condemnation". Also, Malatyavi referred to issues such as: "Pride and self-denial; benevolence; asceticism and righteousness; Whispering, "It is possible that human beings have been trampled on, and their condemnation of fate and surrender." The study found that the diversity and inclusiveness of ethics in Ruza al-Oqool is greater, which may be due to the greater volume of the author's work.