Paper Information

Journal:   MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA   Winter 2004 , Volume 36 , Number 74(2); Page(s) 139 To 160.
 
Paper: 

THE BACKGROUND OF THE THEORY OF COPULATIVE AND NON - COPULATIVE EXISTENCE

 
 
Author(s):  SHOKR A.A.A.
 
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Abstract: 
Thc Theory or copulative andnon - copulative existence was propoundcd hy Sadr al - Mutaallihln to the world of philosophy that brought in its wakc a proround change in most philosophical issues. Indccd. this theory was onc of the innovative theories of Mulla Sadra that cnjoyedparticular importance. But it must be noted that hefore dealing with thi~ issuc we should find what the contrihution of earlier philosophers to this theory was, and whether Mulla Sadra posed this theory without any background or, like other philosophical issues, it stemmcd r,:om synthesis or the schools of Peripatetics, IlIuminationist, Gnostic intution and unveiling, and Quranic teachings. It seems that it is dilJicult to find a philosophical or scientific phenomena without having and background. Many factors may be invo.lvedin the emergenceof a 11CWscientific or philosophical theory. One of these theories is that l1["copulative and non ~ copulative existence.The author of this article tnlces the background of this theory with a synoptic eye in order to reveal thc contribution of others, particularly that of Mulla Sadra. In this historical approach the author to explores the views of great philosophers such as FarahT, Ibn slna, Suhrawardl, and some other gnostics.
 
Keyword(s): PREDICATIVE EXISTENCE, COPULATIVE EXISTENCE, I1LM-COPULATIVE EXISTENCE.
 
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