Analysis and Conceptual Referential Explanation of Analogy of Priority in the Verses of Creation

meysam orangi; Mohammad reza Emaminiya

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 1-16

  The analogy of priority, which means that the reason for the ruling is strong in the subsidiary and the spread of the original ruling to the subsidiary, is one of the arguments used in the Qur'an. Among the cases for which this rule is used is the proof of a new creation and the return of the creatures’ ...  Read More

The Sovereignty of Divine Names and their Topography in the Mysticism of Ibn Arabi

Amir Javan Arasteh; Hossein tahmaseb kazemi

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 17-38

  As all possible beings have a special order, determination, and emergence, each of these determinations is governed by a noun that is the origin of its emergence. It is the sovereign name that determines and governs the being’s manifestation.  In the system of creation, by the grace of the ...  Read More

The Process of Issuing the Action from Ghazali's Perspective

Zeynab Barkhordari; seyyedeh mahdiheh poorsaleh amiri

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 39-60

  Adopting a descriptive-analytical method, the present study deals with issuing action from Ghazali’s point of view. Consistent with his different perspectives that he assumes, research in the field of Ghazalian studies enjoys coherence and has the quality of opening different windows of insight ...  Read More

The Rational Possibility of Punishing the Compound Ignorant

reza elhami; حجت Velaeirad

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 61-80

  Belief, along with religious and non-religious duties, are among the most important issues addressed by Sharia (Islamic law). It may be claimed that strong arguments can be put forward for the necessity of believing in the principles of religion. This article seeks to provide an answer to the question ...  Read More

Inferring the Issue of Divine Compensations for Human Sufferings from the 15th prayer of Sahifeh Sajjadieh

Mahdi Ameri Shahrabi; naser forouhi

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 81-98

  Sometimes a person is faced with a disease or sufferings over which he has no control as he receives them directly from God. In such cases, which are interpreted as primary ailments, should God compensate this person? Islamic theologians have addressed this issue under the topic of Awad (compensation). ...  Read More

Philosophy of Mysticism from Ibn Khaldun’s Perspective

aliakbar afrasiabpour; Hosein Arian

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 99-116

  Ibn Khaldun (732-808 A.H.), as the founder of civil engineering, is often known as a philosopher of history, sociologist and civilizational scientist; however, his research is extended to many fields of knowledge of his era with valuable outcomes one of which is the philosophy of mysticism, which has ...  Read More

Enhancing Resilience Based on Teachings of Stoics and Rumi

Narges Nazarnejad; Zeinab Mirzapour; Forouzan Rasekhi

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2023, Pages 117-138

  The Stoics as psychological philosophers and Rumi as a religious psychologist, have paid close attention to enhancing resilience. The present paper is the result of an interdisciplinary study in the field of applied philosophy to describe, explain and compare the thought of the Stoics and Rumi regarding ...  Read More