عنوان مقاله [English]
Mu'ayyad fi'l-Din al-Shirazi, the Iranian Da’i al-Daha of the Fatimid court, has been mentioned as a prominent literary, scholar and politician in Ismaili literature. His divine court is full of religious-political information, in which he, in addition to plotting the political and social conditions, sought to explain the legitimacy of the Fatimid Imams by reasoning and philosophical arguments. The present article intends to use the method of Discursive Semiotics to review the discourse of the Fatimid Imam in the opinion of Mu'ayyad fi'l-Din al-Shirazi. It seems that the poet of the Fatimid court, as the narrator and narrator of the discourse, with the indicators of the exchange of ideas and ideas, has explained the highlighting of the religious and secular legitimacy of the Fatimid Imamate in the middle ages and the marginalization of the oppositions.