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Mysticism was practically the domain of Sunnism until sometime in the fourteenth century. And within Shi'ism the conflict between these kinds of two Comments 39 interpretations has been known throughout history. One has to think of these two tendencies within the Islamic community as a whole. Regarding what Prof. Grabar said, I am trying to understand the symbolic function of poetic as well as Koranic inscriptions. The implication is not that it is the form of the inscription that is symbolic. It is the content somehow.

But I would not be willing to bargain for ignorance instead. On the question of illiteracy, I simply do not think that that was true. I think that people knew the Koran by heart, although a large number of them may not have been able to read it as if it were a philosophical treatise. I think the parallel would be the Latin of the Mass in the older tradition. Most people did not know Latin but knew enough of the Mass so that in terms of the Latin it would come back to them automatically. Even priests often did not know Latin very well, but certainly enough to deal with the Mass.

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