Delineating the Meaning of God's Four Divine Attributes, the First, the Last, the Apparent, the Hidden in the Rational Approach

morteza semnoon; fatemeh jafari

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 1-28

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.225186.1219

Abstract
  In Islam, the principle of monotheism (Tawhid) has been introduced as the most fundamental principles of religion and its understanding as the most exalted form of knowledge. Although, in Islamic theology, knowing the divine essence is considered impossible for human beings, the window to knowing God ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of the Beauty of the World and the Issue of Evil from the Perspective of Plotinus and Moulavi

sedighe Bahrani; Mohammad Reza Asadi

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 29-56

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.225532.1241

Abstract
  The issue of the beauty of the world and its challenge, the issue of the evil, is one of the most important philosophical and theological issues. Plotinus and Molavi, as the two distinguished world scholars, have tried to face this challenge. A lot of their suggested solutions are common: the relative ...  Read More

A Critical Study of the Relationship between Non–Materiality of Knowledge and Constancy of Change

Mahdi Assadi

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 57-78

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.227766.1288

Abstract
  Allāmah Ṭabāṭabāyī, in his justification of the epistemic discussions tied to non–materiality, in particular non–materiality of the perception and the fact that the material things are subject to knowledge and understanding, proposes constancy of change and states that change in its ...  Read More

Inner Perceptual Faculties in Transcendental Wisdom: From the Fivefold Perceptual Faculties to Their Unification with Soul

Mojtaba Afsharpoor

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 79-102

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.225602.1226

Abstract
  Perception, as one of the vital signs of the human soul, arises from the perceptual faculties by which the soul demonstrates its effect. In the peripatetic philosophical anthropology, the fivefold perceptual faculties, which are common sense, imagination, illusion, memory, and intellect, and the consideration ...  Read More

The Challenge of Unity or multiplicity of Human Species from Mulla Sadra's Perspective

moha,mmad shah hoseini; mohsen jahed; Rahim Dehghan

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 103-124

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.227663.1283

Abstract
  Mulla Sadra considers humans to be a single species in the ecstasy of the world, and at the same time, he introduces human beings as multiple and different internally. His interpretation of multiplicity is something which is in change moment-by-moment. This duality in relation to unity has created the ...  Read More

Mystical Analysis of Representation in The Holy Quran

Kinana Mustafa; Amir Javan Arasteh; rahman bolhasani

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 125-150

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.225984.1240

Abstract
  Qur'an has always been the source of wisdom and a lot of mystic issues can be studies from a Quranic perspective. Among these issues, we can refer to representation, which the Almighty has referred to in his heavenly book and has explicitly mentioned it in Maryam Surah. The present study, with an analytical-descriptive ...  Read More

Evaluating the Minimalistic View of Women from Mulla Sadra's Perspective

zahra Mousavi baygi; seyyed Mohamad Mousavi; Hadi Izanloo

Volume 22, Issue 2 , November 2022, Pages 151-174

https://doi.org/10.52547/jipt.2022.226679.1252

Abstract
  Today, the issue of women and their ontological position is one of the topics discussed in the field of thought and social sciences. Although this newly emerging issue is not unprecedented in the ideas expressed by the thinkers of the past few centuries, including Mulla Sadra, there are few concise statements ...  Read More