عنوان مقاله [English]
In this paper, by using descriptive-analytical method, the authors try to consider the concept of "the perfection of Demons and Amesha Spenta" in Avestan language. By delving deeply into the vocabulary structure and the comparative concepts, it is attempted to present a new version of the subject. Dualism can be found in all the details and practices of Mazda religion and has a "tree-like" function; as we move from the root to the details, the proliferation in quantity becomes more apparent while the fundamental properties of the root can be pursued in the sub-branches and details. What constitutes the roots of this dualism is the first confrontation of Ahura Mazda with Ahriman in which Ahura Mazda creates the Amesha Spenta and, in retaliation, Ahriman creates Demons. The detailed analysis of the characteristics of each member of these two groups (Amesha Spenta and Demons) reveals the details of the dualism and the hidden angles of the confrontation. The most effective method to achieve this is to examine and compare the traits of them. This method paves the way for other confrontations that exist in the sub-branches of this "tree-like" system and manifest in the form of and Ahuraic Ormazdian and Ahrimanian creatures.