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Journal:   MASHREQ-E MOUOOD   WINTER 2012 , Volume 5 , Number 20; Page(s) 63 To 83.
 
Paper: 

COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF MULLA SADRA'S VIEW REGARDING 'THE PERFECT MAN' AND THE VISION OF VELAYAT

 
 
Author(s):  AKBARIAN REZA, MALEKOFF ALLEDDIN*
 
* TARBIAT MODARES UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

With the emergence of systems of thought among Muslims, various interpretations of beliefs were made, including the concept ofvelayat which can be classified in different disciplines. Historically, the theory of 'the perfect man' can be said to have roots from the Shiite notion of Velayat.
Bayazid Bastami, Hallaj and Naser Khusraw Qobadiany are amongst those scholars who used the terms such as 'the rational man', 'the superior human', 'the true human' and ' the First Man' in Islamic cultures. Yet, the term ' the perfect man' was first proposed by Ibn Arabi and was used in his books.
With this innovation, he was able to use and put in place the valuable material on the basis of theoretical Sufism. His interpretation of this doctrine led to the formation of "the perfect man theory," which has played an important role in revealing different angles ofvelayat is the mystical studies.
On the other hand, the interpretation of velayat as it is explained in the Hadith owes to the theory of the perfect man is the theoretical mysticism.
The specific focus of this article is to make a beginning to take advantage of the various conceptual systems in more accurate explanations of religious and mystical issues. Mulla Sadra's initiative at the integration of theological, philosophical and mystical and anecdotal could possibly shed light on an argument in the context of theoretical Sufism and Shiism to to explain the basics and interpretvelayat to be the basic system and the doctrine of the mystical. In cases, he found the existing interpretations of Islamic principles in contrast with Shiism principles, and thus rejected them. Accurate and deep understanding of the "perfect man" philosophy requires systematic knowledge and its relationships with other elements such as the Shiite velayatand the 'the perfect man' of Ibn Arabi.

 
Keyword(s): PERFECT MAN, VELAYAT, MYSTICISM, SHIISM, SUFISM, IBN ARABI
 
 
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AKBARIAN, R., & MALEKOFF, A. (2012). COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF MULLA SADRA'S VIEW REGARDING 'THE PERFECT MAN' AND THE VISION OF VELAYAT. MASHREQ-E MOUOOD, 5(20), 63-83. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276474



Vancouver: Copy

AKBARIAN REZA, MALEKOFF ALLEDDIN. COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF MULLA SADRA'S VIEW REGARDING 'THE PERFECT MAN' AND THE VISION OF VELAYAT. MASHREQ-E MOUOOD. 2012 [cited 2021July23];5(20):63-83. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276474



IEEE: Copy

AKBARIAN, R., MALEKOFF, A., 2012. COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF MULLA SADRA'S VIEW REGARDING 'THE PERFECT MAN' AND THE VISION OF VELAYAT. MASHREQ-E MOUOOD, [online] 5(20), pp.63-83. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=276474.



 
 
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