This research aims to shed light on the concept of the poetic vision, being a cornerstone for any poetic work. It is, in fact, a complex concept in which all the components of the poetic text are interrelated to show the poet's vision and attitudes towards the world. The current research adopts the inductive method as far as the concept of the poetic vision is concerned to be the most appropriate method to comprehensively tackle this concept. According to Blake's theory, 'vision' refers to the sequence of levels, starting from sight, heart, cognition, and then imagination. This sequence includes all the meanings concerned with 'vision' and 'imagination' at the same time. Hence, the present research deals with the following axes:
The concept of vision in language and terminology and the difference between them.
The concept of 'vision' in the philosophical thinking.
The concept of 'vision' in the Arabic literary critical thinking.
The concept of 'vision' in the Western literary-critical thinking
Elements of poetic vision which are divided based according to the scholars' agreement on displacement, imagination, image, and memory.