Paper Information

Journal:   ENSANPAJOOHI-E DINI (RELIGIOUS ANTHROPOLOGY)   FALL 2010-WINTER 2011 , Volume 7 , Number 24; Page(s) 57 To 77.
 
Paper: 

AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL BASIS FOR ETHICS IN TRANSCENDENT PHILOSOPHY

 
 
Author(s):  FATHALIKHANI MOHAMMAD*
 
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Abstract: 

Essential change causes human being to pass through unlimited evolutional stages. The change sometimes occurs naturally and sometimes optionally, and sometimes increasingly and sometimes decreasingly. The particular conducts leading to special characteristic and existential perfections, cause man to attain transcendental high grades. As we know, in transcendental philosophy, existence has been known to be the same as virtue. In this way, valuable perfections would also be ethical, and because of their dependence upon optional conducts, they can be considered as a basis for the conducts to be ethical. It is, therefore, concluded that in transcendental philosophy there can be found an existential relationship between philosophical anthropology and ethics as the realm of ought to and ought not. Two philosophical principles of Sadra have led to this conclusion; substantial change and the unity of existence and good.

 
Keyword(s): PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, ETHICS, SUBSTANTIAL CHANGE, INCREASE, PERFECTION, EVOLUTION, VIRTUE, OPTION, TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY
 
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