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Journal:   HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY   SPRING 2012 , Volume 2 , Number 4 (8); Page(s) 119 To 132.
 
Paper: 

SCHOOL OF SHIRAZ AND THE PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE TRANSCENDENT PHILOSOPHY

 
 
Author(s):  TURANI AALA, SOLTANAHMADI MONIREH
 
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Abstract: 

After the Mongol's Attack, the centers for science and culture were transferred from Khorasan and Transoxiana to Shiraz. As a result, this region was considered to be the main center of Islamic philosophy before Mulla Sadra, which presented such great figures as Qutb al-Din Shirazi, Mir Seyyed Sharif Jurjani, Muhaqqiq Dawani, and the family of Dashtaki. The present research, while introducing the philosophical characteristics of the School of Shiraz and the ideas of the thinkers associated with it, examines the relationship between the philosophical principles of this school with those of Mulla Sadra's Transcendent Philosophy and the quality of the effects the great thinkers of the school of Shiraz exercised on the development of the philosophical principles of the Transcendent Philosophy. Finally, it explains why many of the elements and principles of this school of philosophy are rooted in the theoretical foundations of the School of Shiraz. The most obvious instance of this point is the combination of the principles of Peripatetic and Illuminationist philosophies in the Transcendent Philosophy.

 
Keyword(s): SCHOOL OF SHIRAZ, QUTB AL, DIN SHIRAZI, SEYYED SHARIF JURJANI, MUHAQQIQ DAWANI, DASHTAKI FAMILY, TRANSCENDENT PHILOSOPHY
 
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